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1 hour ago, Rigel said:


"Even *I* would never send you to Gary, Indiana!" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hyUdVz-5lU 

Texas does seem to attract good mini-sculptors, for some reason. 

 

Gary used to be an industrial town. Now it's a ghost town. Eastern Long Island, where I came from, is a lot like that now that Grumman's & the other defense companies are gone.

Somewhere in the back of my head, I hear Bruce Springsteen doing My Hometown.

 

I am glad you like my sculpts. I never did any work with green stuff before I moved down here nine plus years ago.

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Here are the now primed & based first two Pumpkinheads with the Haunted Gravestones:

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The other side now:

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AND with a couple of older Pumpkinheads:

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I dug out the two types of Pumpkinheads for size comparison & to match up the bases. I will be doing some Pumpkinheads with the Reaper style Jack O'Lanterns as well.

The Old Guys have a certain charm. Plus I will expanding the Witches' Coven ...love Witches.

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4 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

With primer on the details become clearer.

They will look great when painted.

 

I second the love for witches!

 

...that is part of the reason for the white over black;  i.e.,  it easier to see the details with my tired, old eyes.

I had the pleasure of getting to know a few Wiccan Girls; they were all charming. I think my fondness for Witches predates that, but it added to the feeling.

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1 hour ago, Glitterwolf said:

Lovely!

He is really excited to see us!

 

And I like his pants!

 

Thanks, Glitter...glad you like him. Now that you mention it, he does look excited...or just plain nuts.

 

21 minutes ago, Rigel said:

 

Great eyes! and those Jacks clearly have amazing job satisfaction. Excellent motley and shrooms!

 

Thanks for the reply, Rigel. I am glad you like him & his eyes; they reflect his whacko nature.

I did a bunch of small mushrooms that will be sprouting up on the bases of various pieces.

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