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  1. Hi, not really knowing what to do with some of the animals companions from Bones II, I decided to paint and setup a little vignette with them. Introducing Anwyn as a beast master / tamer. There are quite a few things I would want to redo on her (eyes, actually blending the highlights, etc...), but the "good enough" bug hit and i took it off the work in progress shelf. Here are a few snapshots of the familiars. The Bear: The Wolf: and the Fisher (at first I though it was a very big Marten) C&C welcome.
  2. Anwyn (Reaper 3080) here plays one of my top 3 favorite marches to play on piccolo, John Phillip Sousa's Stars and Stripes Forever. I play this piccolo part at concerts 3-5 times a year, sometimes as a guest musician in other bands. I shortened her flute a bit to make it more piccolo sized, but it is still a bit big. At least she is holding the instrument correctly, even if she is lifting it a bit much, and her head is turned too far to the left to actually be playing. (Pet peeve about flutist in art....) Here is the United States Army Field Band, with the entire flute section playing the solo together, which proves that piccolos CAN play in tune!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=M5bcpjUjLpU#t=119 Edited to add SKU to title
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