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This time I slowly built up the layers of colour on the fur to allow for lighting as well as furry texture. I like using real eyes for mouselings but in this case black eyes with the black fur would not work and I didn't want to use albino eyes, so this little bloke has ingested some nasty plant matter as part of his rituals pre-battle so his eyes are not normal.

 

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