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Beautiful work!! I think Yephima looks splendid, and I completely agree that the magical treasures look like a lot of fun.

 

Good show!!

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Everything looks really good but I agree the scrolls are magnificent ;)

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I must echo the others the treasures, especially the rat on his scrolls. Funny thing I own these somewhere couldn't tell you where I put them though. Can't wait to see what else you paint this month.

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Holy %#^+, the rat and scrolls look real!

 

The skin on the giantess is great, I'd just change her hair color.

 

Damn that rat looks lifelike...

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Holy %#^+, the rat and scrolls look real!

The skin on the giantess is great, I'd just change her hair color.

Damn that rat looks lifelike...

Thanks.

 

Her hair looked better with her original skin tone which had more rainy gray in the mix. But that was in the before time, in the long long ago when I could remember how I mixed it. Her skin ended up getting completely redone. I am in agreement, her hair could use redoin...someday...maybe... :-)

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