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1 hour ago, Ratmaster2000 said:

I'll need to "borrow" this idea when the Core set comes next year:)

I "borrowed" from the cartoon so why not! The lemon is greenstuff with paperclip legs. The candles are greenstuff and the "melted wax" is blobs of super glue gel.

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Very funny and nicely executed. I love the smug smile on the lemon.

 

Perhaps add "Man, I hate Cursive!" in freehand to the base?

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48 minutes ago, paintybeard said:

Very funny and nicely executed. I love the smug smile on the lemon.

 

Perhaps add "Man, I hate Cursive!" in freehand to the base?

Well, he lives with Jasper now so.....

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