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decided that this year our yard cemetery would be attended by a somewhat over the top undertaker,, the ball in the walking stick glows with the help of a color-changing LED,, the hat creature will get LED eyes and it has a friend that will be coming over the shoulder of the long frock coat that is being halloweened up a bit.. "who in your party will be need measuring for on of our deluxe boxes"
 

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did a quick test of the whole set today, the creatures are just set in place and don't have their eyes yet.. hard to see but all the coat buttons are the same pattern as the cameo on the hat,, the buttonere is a little wire and epoxy project.. the beard in real...
 

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another small addition arrived,, using some free clip art and a card printing service, my cards for the evening have arrived,, proper victorian etiquette reguires a gentleman (I use that term loosely) to have cards, aside from the marked ones used for gambling..
 

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keeping along the theme, something for a gentleman to have at the ready in case there are things about that need to be "more dead" (silver balls will always be an option)
 

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I wasn't thrilled with the standard watch chain, so the other day when working on the walking stick there was some left over sculpting epoxy,, I formed up some small bones and set them aside to cure,, a little shaping ,sanding, drilling and painting .. the finished product should show well against the dark purple vest,, the fob is a keychain I had on hand,, might replace it with a 3D printed skull..
 

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wired up the LED eyes in my creatures,, mounted the one on the hat and ran it's wires to the inside,, just need some velcro to mount the coincell holder in place
 

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