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I hope that's a reprint of  Deities and Demigods you're using for that backdrop and not an original.


Standing stones came out great.  I thought you had managed to score a couple of the LE Druid Stone that Reaper had put out a billion years ago.

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I hope that's a reprint of  Deities and Demigods you're using for that backdrop and not an original.

What are those worth, these days?


I made these after the first one for a friend.  




These turned out even better than the first set. My favorite is #3. The Greenish Tint ROCKS. (ahem)

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I hope that's a reprint of  Deities and Demigods you're using for that backdrop and not an original.


Standing stones came out great.  I thought you had managed to score a couple of the LE Druid Stone that Reaper had put out a billion years ago.


Visible on the book is the "Beard Guy" TSR logo, which came into use in 1980 or 81. Therefore, the DDG is a later printing, with no Cthulhu. Still an antique, though.


Those are seriously pretty. I see you got creative with the runes and patterns you carved into them. Durned if I don't feel a little inspired...

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Some of them are sculpey, some are foam. The sculpey definitely works better than the foam, but the foam is much easier to work. 


I'll try to get these in the mail for you this week Doc.

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