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Absolutely bloody gorgeous, man. Love the composition, and the display block is a beautiful piece of woodwork and scenery. Bravo!
Thanks! My only fear is that The Lady Inquisitor really liked the faux distressed antique finish on the plinth. I fear coming home to piles for unfinished pine furniture...
So beautiful and so creative! Fantastic job!!
Thanks! i have a real soft spot for the older sculpts and I guess it shows in my work :)
Your work is so inspiring Zab! Everything about this is great :).
Thanks man! Hmm, now how the hell am I gonna fit my ego through this door...
That blue beakie has the strangest lookin' boots I've ever seen...Awesome base, man. Way to make those models cool lookin.'Cuz as much as I have a soft spot for the original RT Beakies, they are completely silly lookin.'The Beakiest of the Beakies.:)
What?! How did you get online? Don't you have two crazy ladies to dodged right now? I would actually describe these RT beakies as "cute" Ooooh, look at those little mawines!
This is yet another wonderful diorama (or is it a vignette?) piece by you. You have a talent for this and are improving all the time, not that this implies your early work are shabby in any way, which they are not.
Thanks man! I'm not sure what it was but it was fun :)
Great work. I love the old weathered block and the old miniatures.
Thank you, the lady inquisitor liked the block too. I have some unfinished pine stools in my future -_-
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