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Incredible!  As usual your posts don’t disappoint.

 

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Ok, so you dressed up a fox and got it to pose for you!

And now you're telling us you painted a mini?

 

Amazing how real this guy looks!

Great job!

 

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Great job! Everything is fantastic but the NMM on the blade and color transitions on his tail really standout to me.

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Thanks for the kind comments everyone, I'm glad you like it. This first one will be the template for the 10 other Fox Critter I'm painting.

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