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Fox Critter on interchangeable base (a lot of pictures)

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The Group Portrait is WONDERFUL; the sum is even greater than the LOVELY parts. I really like the bases as well. They add a certain charm to the miniatures. VERY WELL DONE!

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outstanding :) You can tell you took alot of time on these. Your shading and highlighting looks great. The bases were a fantastic touch. Nice job

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Thanks for you comments everyone, I appreciate. I'm pick up the material the material for the diorama and will soon start working on it full time until it's completed.

I'm just missing some artificial trees now. The diorama size will be 12 x 9.5 inch (30 x 24 cm).

 

In the meantime, I'm also working on my next project. I'm assembling Viridius, have a look at my Viridius WIP.

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there truly awesome ! wonderful work on the painting and the flexible base is a very cool idea.

Curious to see how this will end up once the diorama is done !

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