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I love it!

 

Ironic that Little Bluberry posted first, I was going to say it makes me think of blueberries and Cool Whip!

 

Thanks! Yeah, except THIS one will eat YOU!

 

ETA:

 

Do you guys/gals think I should upload him to the Inspiration Gallery? Be honest, it won't hurt my feelings if you say no.

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Do eeeeeeeet!

 

Done! We'll see if they like him enough to put him into the line-up.

 

really like him in blue!!! Great job

 

Thanks CCM! That means a lot to me coming from someone as talented as yourself.

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You've done it again ub3r!

That blue is so great !

Snow, and those eyes...

Truly..."A Wonder to BEHOLD"..

(sawwy, I just couldn't resist).

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What type of base is it on?

 

I took a 2 inch x 2 inch wooden tile I got from Wood Crafter, then super glued the broccoli base it was already on to the wooden base. After that I took some cork, broke it up and super glued those pieces on randomly around and on top of each other. After that I took some snow flock (mixed with water, brush-on sealer, and white glue) and mixed into a thick paste and placed all over the place where I wanted snow. The "ice" is Woodland Scenics  Water Effects which I applied liberally and had to wait for about 2 days for it to completely dry since I used so much.

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Nice Blues there.  That's a really nice mini, sad to see that it didn't make it into the contest.  It is a really nice entry.  What rules would you have used/come up with?

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Nice Blues there. That's a really nice mini, sad to see that it didn't make it into the contest. It is a really nice entry. What rules would you have used/come up with?

Probably Pathfinder rules set if I'd gotten him done in time.

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