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FANTASTIC! Watching your WONDERFULLY IMAGINATIVE creation develop has been an experience not to be missed. BEAUTIFULLY WELL DONE!

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scary yet a work of ART!

 

I would love to see this in all of it real dimensions ...  I see gold in this one!

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That poor child.

 

As ever, your craft astounds me.

 

If forced to critique, I feel like there should be something near the foot of the bed on the dark side, reaching out and up and over the bed...something mere inches from touching the child. But then, I also really love the framing that currently exists from that side view.

 

Cheekily, I am disappointed the nightlight does not have the form of a blue canary, but then I'm silly that way.

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This is one of my most favoritest dioramas ever! :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub:

 

If this doesn't grab gold someone's gonna get *BONK!*ed.

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This is absolutely breathtaking, and not just in a cat-sitting-on-your-chest kind of way. I want to say that you have absolutely, completely, without a doubt and beyond contestation, captured the true essence of the terrors in the bedroom at night. This is a piece you can be proud of. :wub::;,;:

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This is absolutely breathtaking, and not just in a cat-sitting-on-your-chest kind of way. I want to say that you have absolutely, completely, without a doubt and beyond contestation, captured the true essence of the terrors in the bedroom at night. This is a piece you can be proud of. :wub::;,;:

This so much!

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Incredible! It's ridiculous that you can see every shape and monster. O_O

 

Staring at the project, this would make a beautiful bookend.

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I think it's going to give me real nightmares!  Great job with the kit bash and the lighting!

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