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The pics don't really catch the gloss given to the mouth, eyes and claws. It looks really cool. And it's HUGE!

 

While the painting is good, the wood texture is really excellent (my fiancee's favorite part). Here's a few I took to go along with the OP:

 

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Great job! Make sure you carry the dark lining in the gills up into the grey area next time, it threw my eyes off when it just stopped suddenly.

I agree...don't know how I missed it. Maybe Cash can just touch that part up

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