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I rescued Bonnie and Max from the box of goodwill and made them ready for table use, sharing a simplified palette of colors: blue, tan, green, and orange.  Max got a weapon swap, and some resculpting of the left arm because it was so much larger than the right it looked like it came off a different figure.   I reposed Bonnie slightly more upright than her original position.  They are both on CMON/Microarts graveyard bases. 

 

Max pulled his collar up against the wind and puled his old college scarf closer around his neck. "Come on Bonnie, there's nothing out here."

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"I heard something over there,"  Bonnie replied. 

 

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"It's a cat. I don't think we need to worry about it. "

 

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10 hours ago, Inarah said:

 

"It's a cat. I don't think we need to worry about it. "

 

 

A common but often fatal mistake...

 

Good job on them!

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