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36 minutes ago, Lord of the Dish Pit said:

She came out very well, and the expressions on her both her and the tree are wonderful. She's proudly surveying her domain and the tree looks as if he ought to have a thought balloon containing the word "Yowza!" 

 

Thank you for the kind reply, M'Lord! I am glad you like them...especially the expressions.

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INCREDIBLE, SIMPLY STUNNING.  It is such a surprise, and beautiful, and sooooo intense.

I see Maria Callas, standing on stage, looking over her adoring fans, and she begins to intone...

La mamma morta, La mamma Morta...

and the audience goes bananas, while the tree listens in emotional

amazement !!!!

What a beautiful, power packed, and emotional figure this is.

Drop dead amazing.

What an inspiration !

Ya's done did it again !!!

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23 minutes ago, Jasonator said:

INCREDIBLE, SIMPLY STUNNING.  It is such a surprise, and beautiful, and sooooo intense.

I see Maria Callas, standing on stage, looking over her adoring fans, and she begins to intone...

La mamma morta, La mamma Morta...

and the audience goes bananas, while the tree listens in emotional

amazement !!!!

What a beautiful, power packed, and emotional figure this is.

Drop dead amazing.

What an inspiration !

Ya's done did it again !!!

 

Thank you for yet another enthusiastic response, Jay. I am delighted you like the piece. The morale boost is greatly appreciated.

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Wow you did it!

Great sculpt, great paintjob!

 

She looks awesome!

Like others said the expression on her face and that of the tree, tells a story on it's own.

The interaction between the two is amazing.

 

This is my favorite piece so far.

She is THE or at least A Major Power in the Spooky Woods.

The tree is in awe of her and also a tad worried what she might come up with next...

 

I bow to your creativity!

 

 

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11 hours ago, Metalchaos said:

That's yet another beautiful story telling tale scene. She's got style!

 

Thanks, Metalchaos. I am glad you like the Mushroom Witch & the Tree.

I think it's the way the cap resembles a fancy designer's hat that gives the Girl that tres chic something.

 

10 hours ago, Wombat Warden said:

This one is quite lovely, Mal.  :wub:

 

Thanks, Wombat. The Witch & I are happy you feel that way.

 

8 hours ago, Guildenstern said:

So impressive as always, Mal - your colour and just energy come off in every piece.

Love it!

 

Thanks, Guildenstern. I am delighted you feel that way...especially the color.

I actually have an abundance of energy of late. I'm not questioning a good thing, but I'm determined to knock things out while it lasts.

 

8 hours ago, LarsM said:

These are absolutely amazingly awsome! So much carachter.

 

Thanks, Lars. I appreciate the positive response.

I try for character & personality; I am delighted that came through.

 

8 hours ago, Dr.Bedlam said:

You win the internet today.

 

Thanks, Doc! I am glad you liked it.

 

5 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Wow you did it!

Great sculpt, great paintjob!

 

She looks awesome!

Like others said the expression on her face and that of the tree, tells a story on it's own.

The interaction between the two is amazing.

 

This is my favorite piece so far.

She is THE or at least A Major Power in the Spooky Woods.

The tree is in awe of her and also a tad worried what she might come up with next...

 

I bow to your creativity!

 

 

 

Thanks, Glitter. That photo got me inspired to make something similar. There is some story that the two are spinning. What that may be is up to the viewer.

Most of my stuff is inspired consciously or unconsciously from things that I have seen & loved, from Burton to Bugs to Froud to Henson. It is all a mix of my experiences.

I am delighted you like the piece.

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