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I've been having a heck of a time finding a wall-street-esque bull out there.  Sure, gorgons and mechanical bulls and standard lifestock abound, but I want something that looks menacing and charging, so I set to sculpting my own, here's the progress thus far.
Note:  The "core" is white sculpy, with the exterior being Greenstuff or Greenstuff+sculpy, mostly to bulk it out.  I'm considering removing the front left leg, as it doesn't feel like it belings, but all four other legs feel pretty good.

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