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7 minutes ago, SisterMaryNapalm said:

Haha. Next time I am in Tokyo, I will get you a figure of Totoro or so - just to fit him into your wonderful creations ;-D

I also like Totoro...just saying...

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19 minutes ago, Glitterwolf said:



This one looks cheerful!


...I was thinking of having a couple of feathers sticking out of his'her mouth.

Thanks for the reply, Glitter.


19 minutes ago, SisterMaryNapalm said:

Haha. Next time I am in Tokyo, I will get you a figure of Totoro or so - just to fit him into your wonderful creations ;-D


Is  Totoro the bug fuzzy fellow in the movie poster? He is cool if he is. He would definitely be right up my alley.

Thanks for the reply, Sister.


15 minutes ago, Loim said:




I also like Totoro...just saying...


Thanks for the reply, Loim...glad you like him/her/whatever.


10 minutes ago, Jasonator said:

Jay straps himself into his car seat !!!

Yippee, off to another adventure !!!!!!!!!


...funny, that is just how I feel about it too. There is something exciting about starting a new piece/project.

I hope you enjoy the process, Jay. Thanks for the reply!


2 minutes ago, Gargs said:

Looks like a really fun project!


It has been fun so far & it seems like it will continue to be so. Thanks for the reply, Gargs. I hope you have fun viewing the progress.


3 minutes ago, Arc 724 said:

I like it! It has a lot of personality to it!


Thanks Arc. I do try to give my pieces unique personalities...I am happy you like it.

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20 hours ago, SisterMaryNapalm said:


Would perfectly fit, I think.


I'll keep my eyes open ;-D


...he? has possibilities; he has a suitably stunned look of disbelief. He reminded me that I still have the Tortoise & Hare fro Wyrd. The Hare will go well with the place.


18 hours ago, Jordan Peacock said:

I look at that mushroom and for some reason I think:


"What?  Me worry?"  :B




Great sculpting!





Now that you mention it, the resemblance is striking.

Thanks for the reply, Jordan. I am glad you like it/him/her/whatever.

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7 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Cool to see how you get new inspiration and come up with yet another style of shrooms.




...I won't be able to even approach doing the vast varieties of real mushrooms, but the attempt is proving to be fun.

I am happy you are enjoying the attempt as well. Thanks for the reply, Glitter.

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