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Finally painted a few more Burrows & Badgers...

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I LOVE those! They all look amazing and I love the display you have done. The mouse coffin is really cool!

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So nice!  I like those!  Such characterful anthros (both sculpts and paint jobs).  And such an epic display piece.  I bet there's a story behind it.

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Awesome! They're fantastic! May I ask what line of figures these are? 

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Burrows and Badgers from Oathsworn (which is to say Lovejoy, et al.)

 

Love the sculpting as much as the painting, btw.

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Thanks everyone!

 

Cyradis, as Doug kindly points out, these are from our Burrows & Badgers line. I sculpt them, but I don't often get time to paint them...

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nice job :)

 

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Excellent great furs and that owl rocks!

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Beautiful work, and such smooth, tidy paint jobs! I love the ink spatters on the mouse scribe's hand, and the stained glass window is lovely! :wub:

 

It always makes me so happy to see pieces painted by the awesome people that put so much work and love into sculpting them. ^_^

 

Huzzah! 

--OneBoot :D

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We definitely need to help you get more time to paint. 

 

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Fantastic paint jobs!

 

And the display piece looks amazing; good work!

 

 

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