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They look fantastic! And I love your setting.

 

Thanks, Pingo...I'm happy you like them. Rapunzel's Twisted Tower & Goblin Village should be in full color sometime this year...I hope.

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So so good this is fantastic your stuff makes me smile ;)

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So so good this is fantastic your stuff makes me smile ;)

 

Thanks, Limey...giving a smile is high praise in my book.

 

It's like one of those children's books you remember from your youth because it creeped you out so badly :)

 

Thanks for the reply, smokingwrekage. The Little Rogues are endearing in their own CREEPY way. The endearing part is a matter of perception; the CREEPY is a given.

 

I love all the bright colors! Such menacing silliness!

 

Thanks, Pochi. You summed up the Crew perfectly. I'm delighted you like the colors.

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Get to cracking Mal! Need to see them all done! Beautiful stuff and so full of story waiting to happen!

 

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Those goblins fit in that world perfectly!

 

Thanks, Citrine. They do fit nicely in my World...I think most silly things would. I'm glad you think so too.

 

Get to cracking Mal! Need to see them all done! Beautiful stuff and so full of story waiting to happen!

 

Loth

 

Thanks, Loth. This bunch of Goblins is done, but there are others to paint up, not to mention the Village. Fear not; there will be lots of strangeness throughout the year...probably.

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Bold as brass a Group of thoroughly disreputable & tacky clad Hooligans sauntered into Rapunzel's Goblin Village...they blended right in:

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...a better(?) look a the Scurvy Knaves & Knavette:

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...there you have them. Let Full Frontal Fashion quake in terror!

 

" Warrrriors! Come out and play-ay!"

 

 

Glorious work, as always.(extra points for anyone who gets the reference)

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" Warrrriors! Come out and play-ay!"

 

Glorious work, as always.(extra points for anyone who gets the reference)

Did you mean the Movie, (The Warriors 1979) or Twisted Sister's use of the movie on their "Come out and Play" album???

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" Warrrriors! Come out and play-ay!"

 

Glorious work, as always.(extra points for anyone who gets the reference)

Did you mean the Movie, (The Warriors 1979) or Twisted Sister's use of the movie on their "Come out and Play" album???

 

*clapclapclapclap* Well done! I had forgotten about the second reference completely.

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