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Little Red Riding Hood?

She went that way, honest!!!

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Awesome colours, great job!

BONUS POINTS for painting a WOLF.

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...There castle. You have got the wolf fur down to a fine art. This may be the best one yet. The Beasty is a BEAUTIFULLY painted & based creation. VERY WELL DONE!

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Love the colors and patterns you used on this one. It really makes him look ferocious. You also nailed those transitions from off-white to ruddy brown to black.

 

 

The woodcutter is gonna need a bigger axe. :P

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