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Excellent work! I love the freehand details in particular!

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Is that the big dipper on the back of his hat ? If so is he looking north (blending into the stars) or south (reflecting the stars) ... in ether case nice , concept and execution. 

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2 hours ago, Boaz said:

Is that the big dipper on the back of his hat ? If so is he looking north (blending into the stars) or south (reflecting the stars) ... in ether case nice , concept and execution. 

If it is, it wasn't intentional. Cute idea to include constellations though! 

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12 hours ago, Froggy the Great said:

In addition, that is the best name ever.

Agreed! Great name for a mini that was painted Great.

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