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1 hour ago, KruleBear said:

Absolutely brilliant. I love it. 

 

Thanks for the kind reply, KruleBear. The morale boost is appreciated.

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Well, I ain't going for no walk in them woods, thank you very much.. Not only walking in the woods themselves are nasty disturbing uncomfartable things, they make you late for dinner too.. And woe to the lonely walker that should stumble upon these incredibly well done and super imaginative trio of trees... 

No, my good wizard of sculpts and paints, no, I don't imagine anyone west of Bree would have much interest in walking in those woods! Good morning!

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Your work is so full of character it's always a treat, or should I say treant, to see what you've done next.

Greatstuff!

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8 hours ago, VolksFest said:

Well, I ain't going for no walk in them woods, thank you very much.. Not only walking in the woods themselves are nasty disturbing uncomfartable things, they make you late for dinner too.. And woe to the lonely walker that should stumble upon these incredibly well done and super imaginative trio of trees... 

No, my good wizard of sculpts and paints, no, I don't imagine anyone west of Bree would have much interest in walking in those woods! Good morning!

 

The Spooky Woods is, at best, an uninviting place that is avoided by most sensible Folk. Of course, the Loonies that do go there usually have some fun with only an occasional nightmare.

I am glad you entered & enjoyed the trip, VolksFest. Thanks for the kind reply. 

 

7 hours ago, Darsc Zacal said:

Your work is so full of character it's always a treat, or should I say treant, to see what you've done next.

Greatstuff!

 

Thanks for the kind words, Darsc Zacal! I am delighted you like the Trees...the morale boost is appreciated.

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1 hour ago, NecroMancer said:

Fantastic!  It reminds me of a super dark Wizard of Oz but instead on throwing apple they throw poisonous mushrooms!

 

...the Woods on the way to the Witch's Castle had some creepy trees as well. I loved the vultures with the light up eyes.

Thanks for the reply, NecroMancer...glad you like them.

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35 minutes ago, 72moonglum said:

Very cool and kind of scary, but in a freaky cool sort of way...

 

Thanks for the reply, moonglum. I am happy you like the stuff.

I have been told that my stuff can cause nightmares. That does make it scary; probably in the same way clowns can be scary.

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11 hours ago, londwch said:

Fascinating , great stuff. Keep it coming.

 

Thanks for a kind reply, londwch. I am happy you enjoyed the Trees. I will keep posting my stuff as long as I am here.

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