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OUTSTANDING! The Brave Frog Hunter & his faithful Bee turned out EVEN MORE WONDERFUL than the W.I.P. photos suggested.

The miniatures are BEAUTIFULLY  painted & the base is a work of art in its own right. VERY WELL DONE!

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So cool!  I love your bases so much!  Especially this one it adds a lot to the figure.

 

 

All glory to the Hypnotoad! 

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