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FANTASTIC FUNGI! You have brightened the day of a Mushroom Fan. You can't go wrong with BEAUTIFULLY panted & HIGHLY imaginative minis. GREAT WORK!

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That one with only one eye reminds me of Potos and Kang...


One of my buddies pointed it out when it was a WiP.  I kind of wish I had a second to do in a green scheme.

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My wife is doing her first set of sculpts as a Fungi Family.  If you like I could probably sneak in and get a pic of one or two of the models in progress and the concept art for the set.   She's starting up a home brew miniature company.  I'm not sure how reaper would feel about that though.

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those are great I was just looking at those in their new webstore and was wonder how many had been painted yet. 


Apparently the first group I did beat their store samples; mine arrived from the KS before theirs did.

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Here they are, fightin' again!


The Fungus among us, etc, etc:


Group shots, as always, first:




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