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Clay Salad Fingers

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After a long wait its finally here... CLAY SALAD FINGERS!!!!

You could see other shots of them at http://www.newgrounds.com /b bs/topic/1081332/2. However you can see the figure a bit clearer in this photo, it's also the only good picture I took that shows him with a rusty object. To me, I think the colors are practically perfect. I know those aren't the same colored shoes as seen in the flash series but that was their color in NGR. So thats what they'll be. Anyway Salad Fingers is 4 3/4 inches making him, as predicted earlier, the tallest figure so far (2nd if you count S' Asshole by hair). It also comes with it's very own Hubert Cumberdale and a rusty spoon! Originally the spoon came later because I was convinced that Salad Fingers needs at least one rusty object. But honestly, I love how I made Hubert.

8/12. Four more to go...

Salad Fingers is owned by David Firth.

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Tabueno

This looks great, i think he should of had a mouth though.
But I really like how detailed Hubert Cumberdale is.

looks alot like him
This guy gives me the creeps in my sleep

herp

his eyes looks like tits

PikaRobo responds:

Only on Newgrounds...

I don't even have to explain how cool this shit is

You should already know by now. Hubert Cumberdale also looks fucking sweet. Only you can make such awesome NG clay figures. Keep it up!

PikaRobo responds:

Hell yeah it is. Thanks for commenting. :)

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