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Cupcake Goblin!

 

I don't get it...so I peel it before I eat it?

 

Very cute little guy. If I did something similar I would be tempted to have at least some bloody wings tied on to him. Then again, I am more than a little crazy.

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Cupcake Goblin!

I don't get it...so I peel it before I eat it?

 

Very cute little guy. If I did something similar I would be tempted to have at least some bloody wings tied on to him. Then again, I am more than a little crazy.

 

The colors just made me think cupcakes.  I regret nothing!

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Ha! Goblin Cupid, very creative!  Is he doing Sailor-Moon cosplay?  I don't even want to imagine what goblin love is like, eww.

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nicely done. Is that gobbo metal or bones? If he's bones that's the cleanest one I've Seen yet.

 

And yes he's well colored for the peel and eat treat.

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Ha! Goblin Cupid, very creative!  Is he doing Sailor-Moon cosplay?  I don't even want to imagine what goblin love is like, eww.

 

Happy accident! I'm sure he is hiding his transformation brooch in on of the pouches.

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nicely done. Is that gobbo metal or bones? If he's bones that's the cleanest one I've Seen yet.

 

And yes he's well colored for the peel and eat treat.

 

He is bones. I didn't bother removing any mold lines with the exception of a piece near his/her left shoulder armor.

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I can see it now. He peers out of his one good eye and lines up the shot. "Suck it up buttercup," he whispers before loosing an arrow from his bow. The projectile sails through the air and finds its mark deep into Valeros' back. :)

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