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Balliwick the Sage

Post  psclaus on 17/4/2009, 16:47

I finally got around to taking some pics of this guy, he's pretty much finished but the paper mache rock he is sitting on isn't. Paula

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Post  Shirl on 18/4/2009, 08:36

Paula, I really like him. I was just thinking of doing a witch for my sister and he looks so good, you have encouraged me to try it. Shirl

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Post  psclaus on 18/4/2009, 09:38

Thanks Shirl , I really had lots of fun doing this. Originally this was to be a Santa, but he told me otherwise. I need to do a witch for my daughter, ha ha she keeps reminding me. Told her as soon as I get caught up with my UFO's. Huggs
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Post  darel on 19/4/2009, 11:22

Paula, he looks great. I like the way you have him sitting in the forrest.

I have a witch and a snata that are almost done and for some reason can't seem to finish them.

Great job.

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Post  psclaus on 19/4/2009, 11:54

Thank you Darel! I like that forest scene too. It's taped to a photo box I built last summer.It's really neat I just change out the back grounds to suit what I'm shooting. I grab my backgrounds from the internet, then print it like a banner to fit the back of my box. The box is foam core board. Huggs
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