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Picked up some more of these.  I really like them especially the camel.

 

 

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Very good!

I would give the camel a small pupil to enhance it's look even more.

Just a small brown / black dot.

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1 hour ago, Logos said:

I really like them especially the camel.

 

Thank you! Makes my afternoon. ::D:  I like the way you painted it (though you might want to flood the eyes with Brown Liner or other dark paint.  Camels have all dark eyes, unless you are going for the zombie look).

 

True story: I had a 103 deg F fever while sculpting that camel due to a bad reaction to some medication.  There are whole parts of it that I cannot now remember sculpting.

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Good work on them!

 

Add a cart or two and you'll have a whole caravan.:winkthumbs:

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On 3/13/2018 at 12:19 PM, Glitterwolf said:

Very good!

I would give the camel a small pupil to enhance it's look even more.

Just a small brown / black dot.

 

Yeah realized I forgot to do it after I took these photos. lol

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