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These anthro sculpts have so much character!

You have been doing such a great job of bringing them to life, yet all your foxes look distinct.

I, too, like the color scheme you ended up with here.

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Absolutely gorgeous! 

 

 

...Your secret to quick turnaround is you don't have to sleep, isn't it!

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He looks great! I like both the colors for the fox and his clothes. 

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 Two thumbs... err ... gleaming blades up ... such wonderful detail packed into so tiny a space.

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Thanks for all you comments everyone. I'm very happy you like it. I'm also happy how it looks but still, looking back at the pictures and being my how self-critic, I see some point I must adjust. I will retouch little things like the edge of its coat. I think, the corner of the front lower right side of its coat souldn't be so shinny. It's just a little thing but it tickles my eyes.

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It looks amazing! Almost like a painting! This technique you used to make it look cartoonish (that's not the right word BTW), almost like an oil painting of sorts, what's it called? I find it magnificent, really adds a lot of character to the mini.

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Thank you for your comment @DankDungeonMaster. I'm sometimes told my minis looks like cartoon and I take it as a compliment since I paint these Critters to bring happiness and joy in the eyes of the beholder. I'm not aware if there's a name for this style of painting, maybe it's the high contrast that help creating this effect. I'm glad you like it.

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I agree with DankDungeonMaster, and I too really like that painting style. 

And this greyfox is a great example of it. 

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