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I really really like your painting and basing on these three Citrine! ::):

Wonderful work on their coats and manes and the bases are a perfect compliment to them.

Understated with a hint of something mystical. Very well done.

Congratulations!

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What a good job you did on those coats. The shading is in all the right places and the depth of colour you've given to white is amazing. Gorgeous work!

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My favourite is the one with the green manes.

Also the flowers on the bases are a great addition

 

yepp, this is my favorite, too.

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They are a CHARMING Trio. The brushwork & imaginative color choices are SPLENDID & the bases set the idyllic mood of the pieces WONDERFULLY. VERY WELL DONE!

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They are classic, and beautifully based.

 

I can't find the hedgehog, sorry.

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Thanks all!

 

Pingo, the hedgehog is on the base of the one with the light brown mane, near the burnt tree. In retrospect, I should have used a bigger critter.

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