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Nice!

 

Stick around, show us your work!

HAVE FUN!

 

Purple pelts. Are you going to use the purple as shadows? Cause that works very well.

 

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This look good, I like your color choices.. The purple tones in the pelt is unusual, but I like it. . 

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Welcome back to the hobby!

 

A lot of us have taken painting sabbaticals (whether we wanted to or not), and the Bones KS got us back.

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I think this thread needs to be moved to Show Off because yeah, more people will get to admire it.

Purple fur is a bit... unusual, but I expect he got it from a Purple People Eater?

 

Welcome to the Asylum... 

 

Don't feed Buglips, don't say bad Things about mouselings, be wary if anyone hands you a big mini and a #0 brush,  and Purple text is supposedly a joke.

 

 

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Thanks for the greetings and encouragement!

14 hours ago, Gadgetman! said:

Purple fur is a bit... unusual, but I expect he got it from a Purple People Eater?

Haha, it is now officially a Purple People Eater Pelt :D 

 

I've worked of the purple pelt some more

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