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Those are sharp! Love the idea about the sewing pins, I may have to try to make some Groaci from Frank Laumer's Retief series of books!

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You "made do" SPLENDIDLY. The Fungus Fellows are WONDERFULLY imaginative creations, nicely crafted & painted. OUTSTANDING WORK!

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Thanks, folks! 

12 hours ago, Corsair said:

Those are sharp! Love the idea about the sewing pins, I may have to try to make some Groaci from Frank Laumer's Retief series of books!

Love me a good mid-century sci-fi project! If this happens, I want to see it. Great idea!

 

9 hours ago, malefactus said:

You "made do" SPLENDIDLY. The Fungus Fellows are WONDERFULLY imaginative creations, nicely crafted & painted. OUTSTANDING WORK!

Any fungus you appreciate is a fungus good enough for me. Many thanks for the inspirational words!  Tried to paint them up in  multiple shades of "moldy" for added verisimilitude/ick factor. 

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Thank you all for the inspiration! ^_^ The great thing about mushrooms is that even if yours turn out (like mine) lumpy and asymmetrical, you can claim it's a feature. 

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