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The tale that goes with it is just creative sauce to add to the Miniature :)

Really Great Ub3r.

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The tale that goes with it is just creative sauce to add to the Miniature :)

Really Great Ub3r.

 

Really glad you enjoyed it Jay.   ^_^

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You pulled off your Cave SPLENDIDLY! The modeling, brushwork, selection of colors, scenic work, AND background are WONDERFULLY IMAGINATIVE...VERY WELL DONE!

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You pulled off your Cave SPLENDIDLY! The modeling, brushwork, selection of colors, scenic work, AND background are WONDERFULLY IMAGINATIVE...VERY WELL DONE!

 

Thank you very much malefactus. I couldn't have done it without your insight in the other thread asking how and what materials others would use. So a big thank you to you and the others who were so very helpful!

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awesome job dude!  I love it.  I have it on my display shelf and will always treasure such a gift from a friend.  I really appreciate the effort and thought that went into it, I can tell you pushed hard and really did a fantastic job.  When I finally get my camera rig set up again I will take more pictures.

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awesome job dude!  I love it.  I have it on my display shelf and will always treasure such a gift from a friend.  I really appreciate the effort and thought that went into it, I can tell you pushed hard and really did a fantastic job.  When I finally get my camera rig set up again I will take more pictures.

 

So happy you like it! I'm honored to have painted for you and wanted to send out something that would be fun and interesting to you as well as fulfill the theme you wanted "little things come in small packages." Please take more pics when you get moved and set up, I took a few others, but they didn't turn out well and I was in a hurry to pack it up and send it off that next day.

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I love this piece. I especially like the water effects and the spider. All of it works together just perfect. Dontfear is very lucky to have it to display.

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Awesome job! Everything just works. You've really outdone yourself with this one!

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Hobbitses and Spiders are always favorites.

 

Haha! Didn't think of like that at first, but now that you mention it it's rather funny. 

 

I love this piece. I especially like the water effects and the spider. All of it works together just perfect. Dontfear is very lucky to have it to display.

 

Thank you! I'm glad you like it.  ^_^

 

Awesome job! Everything just works. You've really outdone yourself with this one!

 

Much appreciated, thank you.

 

Thanks to everyone who has commented and/or "liked" the piece, it was a really fun project to work on.  ::D:

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