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77088: Townsfolk: Grandmother and 77084: Townsfolk: Innkeeper

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They look ready to serve their purpose. Neat bases you've got them on, too! ^_^

Casts from Hirst Arts mold #221 ("Inn Floor Mold"). I also use #202 pretty regularly for mini bases, either plain or with a bit of GS & a texture stamp on top. Gives the minis a little bit of weight at the bottom, which keeps them a lot more stable (in my experience) but not so much weight as to be annoying. And it's a really lazy and easy way to make it look fancier than just leaving the minis on the broccoli ::P: 

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WONDERFUL! The look of horror on The Girl's face is precious..."what did you do to my NICE CLEAN FLOOR?!VERY NICELY DONE!

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