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Thank you.

 

Master Phthalo now travels across the country to live out his days with his creator ... Mr. Wiebe.

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Great job! Is that a turtle hanging on his back?

 

According to the sculptor, the creature hanging from the ogre mage's pack is a water goblin.

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OUTSTANDING! I just had the pleasure of looking through your work in progress thread...it adds to the effect of the BEAUTIFULLY finished creation. The brushwork, color choices, AND the base are WONDERFUL & inspiring. VERY WELL DONE!

I've done the Big Guy several times, but now I feel a need to do him one more time. 

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Great job! Is that a turtle hanging on his back?

sweet!

OUTSTANDING! I just had the pleasure of looking through your work in progress thread...it adds to the effect of the BEAUTIFULLY finished creation. The brushwork, color choices, AND the base are WONDERFUL & inspiring. VERY WELL DONE!

I've done the Big Guy several times, but now I feel a need to do him one more time. 

 

Thank you, all.  Glad to be of inspiration.

 

Speaking of Inspiration, the big guy was approved and is available in the Inspiration Gallery.

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Thanks for the link to the Gallery, Thrym...you got a thumbs up from moi!

 

Thumbs Up, Likes, Critiques and Atta-boys are always appreciated.

 

Thanks, Malefactus!

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And Master Phthalo is off to meet his sculptor!  Hope he likes it in person as much as he has remotely.

 

Enjoy, Jason!

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