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He is a BEAUTIFULLY painted & based creation made EVEN MORE WONDERFUL by the fact that I'm presently working on the same miniature...inspiration is an appreciated commodity. VERY WELL DONE!

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Great job!!!

 

Love the base!

 

That is gorgeous, and the placement of the tree works perfectly for his pose. Good job.

 

Thank you, guys.

 

He is a BEAUTIFULLY painted & based creation made EVEN MORE WONDERFUL by the fact that I'm presently working on the same miniature...inspiration is an appreciated commodity. VERY WELL DONE!

 

Thank you, Mal.  Post the link to the WIP/Show Off.

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Very, very cool!

 

Wow! That's pretty dang awesome, well done!

 

Thank you.

 

Was just talking to one of my gaming buddies who helped me build the Markshire setting on Neverwinter Nights and I think I might create a larger diorama for Hallow.  Specifically a section of his Courtyard with all of the pumpkins and smaller scarecrows.

 

Keep an eye out for it ... it's now on my to do list.

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