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I know I have not posted in a while but life kept me busy.  To make up a bit for my absence I will add a few tonight,

 

first is my Halloween mini  01549 Headless Mousling from Reaper!

 

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Please feel to throw tomatoes...rotten pumpkins,comments etc.. 

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ROFL.. Oh so well done...

I know I have a few mouslings that need painting, and this one is a good prod !

Hysterical.. and just makes me smile. 

Reds, Oranges, and the complemtary green for the pumpkin eye really gave that a kick up !

Great Job.

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