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Beautiful.

Lovely NMM, great job on the hair.

I like how the base has just a touch of snow w.

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Stunning job!

She looks awesome!

 

Great fur and face, love the axe!

 

*** So ehhhh,, does she likes wolves?***

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She is a LOVELY creation, BEAUTIFULLY painted & based. I love her WONDERFULLY expressive face AND  your stunning metalwork. VERY WELL DONE!

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Utterly gorgeous!

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