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A splendid thing! Particularly like the working lights... 

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This is one of the best dioramas I've seen for gaming figures.  You've done an incredible job!  I really enjoyed following your WIP thread for this as well.

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Hi minibart;

 

As stated by the other members,,,your diorama is a wonderful and amazing creation...it is both cozy and adorable in all aspects (thought, concept and execution)! 

 

As a fellow diorama builder, I compliment you on a truly magnificent job on a unique usage of Mouseling characters and figures.

 

Paul (Catdancer)

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