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Cute! I love that you painted the thing he's holding as a baby rather than a golden idol.

I never EVEN thought about painting the thing as a golden idol.

ROFL.

I just saw a "bamsa"... teddy bear/baby.

Its a great fun paint though.

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I never thought I would get into these little figures... I was wrong.

ROFL.  They're too much fun!

It the silly realization of how small they really are that gets me.

Gives me a lot of respect for the sculptors of these things.

Plus, they are so dang cute..lol

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It's a fun, tiny little figure, and you really brought him to life.

 

Looking at that, I thought maybe it had been supposed to be a golden idol as well, but you made it such a convincing (if cranky) mouse baby, I wasn't sure. 

 

Thinking about it, just how small is that thing in his arms anyway?

 

An enjoyable paint job.

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UBERCOOL! Doc Jones & Associate are BEAUTIFULLY painted little characters. Your creation is charming, cute without getting sticky sweet about it. VERY WELL DONE!

It is getting more difficult to resist the Little Furry Folk...you're not helping the situation at all with these fun pieces.

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It's a fun, tiny little figure, and you really brought him to life.

 

Looking at that, I thought maybe it had been supposed to be a golden idol as well, but you made it such a convincing (if cranky) mouse baby, I wasn't sure. 

 

Thinking about it, just how small is that thing in his arms anyway?

 

An enjoyable paint job.

I just used a clear ruler, and he is 5 mm in size.

I was doing eyes with a toothpick point !

He is fun though.

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It's a fun, tiny little figure, and you really brought him to life.

 

Looking at that, I thought maybe it had been supposed to be a golden idol as well, but you made it such a convincing (if cranky) mouse baby, I wasn't sure. 

 

Thinking about it, just how small is that thing in his arms anyway?

 

An enjoyable paint job.

I just used a clear ruler, and he is 5 mm in size.

I was doing eyes with a toothpick point !

He is fun though.

 

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looks great jay... all of the comments above are well earned.  So I will add one more comment... the base!  You have come a long way and that is a convincing lava base if I ever saw one!   What a change from the ol' days of using the broccoli base the mini came with.  Now you are telling a story even on such a small mini.

 

 

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