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16 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

The Blue coat provides great contrast with the pumpkin head

 

I knew that color wheel will come in handy one of these days 😛

 

 

9 hours ago, KruleBear said:

Is the base part of the mini or did you build it separate.

 

The base is a part of this figure.  I only added the sickle (3D printed) and some grass.  I was going to do more originally, but as I said in the OP, I grew tired of this figure and wanted to move on sooner.


Now on a personal thought:  I think the base was a nice thought, but wasn't thought through all the way.  I like how there were things there to paint, too, as oppose to a base being like some pile with wholes in it.  However, that corn plant is right below the figure and therefore you don't really see any of it.  I don't know... I'd want more stuff around the mini, not right below where nobody will ever pay attention to it.

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