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I am delighted you like the Evil Pumpkin Guy. Of all the things I enjoy about the craft, making pieces for a friend is the absolute best.

Here's a comparison shot for size. The Little Pumpkin Fiend is around Dwarf size:

 

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...having a few photos of things you send almost guarantees they'll get there safely.

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HOLY CATS THAT IS **AWESOME**!!! ::wub:: ::wub:: ::wub:: ::wub::  I'm also insanely jealous!  Not only because of how cool it is and how well its painted, but also because i have a silly fondness for pumpkin headed creatures. ::wub::

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Magnificently Painted !!!

Malefactus works just call out to you to paint, push yourself and be zanny.

"Be Zee almighty painter" !!!

It doesn't really say this was made by Malefactus, unless you have put in humor,

creativity, and defy all your natural instincts !!!

Love what you have done... The monicle Eye is a brilliant idea !!!

Jay applauds the painter, and the creator. 

Oh So Well Done

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Magnificently Painted !!!

Malefactus works just call out to you to paint, push yourself and be zanny.

"Be Zee almighty painter" !!!

It doesn't really say this was made by Malefactus, unless you have put in humor,

creativity, and defy all your natural instincts !!!

Love what you have done... The monicle Eye is a brilliant idea !!!

Jay applauds the painter, and the creator. 

Oh So Well Done

He was painted when he arrived....

 

(wasn't sure if you were complimenting me, so wanted to be clear on that!)

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I didn't realize you were in HSB. My dad lives in Granite Shoals.

 

You'll have to stop by one day when you visit him...seeing an actual Reaper Forumite would be terrific! Around here anything under a hundred miles is in the neighborhood.

 

HOLY CATS THAT IS **AWESOME**!!! : :wub:: : :wub:: : :wub:: : :wub::  I'm also insanely jealous!  Not only because of how cool it is and how well its painted, but also because i have a silly fondness for pumpkin headed creatures. : :wub::

 

It could happen to you...if I had your address that is.

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I didn't realize you were in HSB. My dad lives in Granite Shoals.

You'll have to stop by one day when you visit him...seeing an actual Reaper Forumite would be terrific! Around here anything under a hundred miles is in the neighborhood.

HOLY CATS THAT IS **AWESOME**!!! : :wub:: : :wub:: : :wub:: : :wub:: I'm also insanely jealous! Not only because of how cool it is and how well its painted, but also because i have a silly fondness for pumpkin headed creatures. : :wub::

It could happen to you...if I had your address that is.

Oh my, to see the glory of your kingdom in person. :blink::wub: That would be awesome^100

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George, please forgive me for hijacking your thread.
 
 

Oh my, to see the glory of your kingdom in person. :blink::wub: That would be awesome^100


It would be WONDERFUL having some one to show  it all to...maybe I could convince you to take a piece or two home with you.

Being a deaf guy in a new place I haven't made many friends here...a new one would be a treasure.

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