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I do have them!  I completely forgot to paint them up while doing this.  I'll have to paint them up next while my color choices are still fresh in my mind.

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Excellent! I really like the eyes as well, and the beak is great

 

I actually just ordered this mini too

 

Will keep your scheme in mind for inspiration =D

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Owlbear is one of my favorite monsters on pathfinder, and yours looks greate, hope no player die against it.:poke:

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