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From the tawny skin & imaginative wing colors to the expressive face, that is a SPLENDID creation. VERY WELL DONE!

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A good, nasty monster to spring on an unwary party. I like how your shading follows the flows of the creature's face and mane and musculature.

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I love that old monster. Still available from ironwind metals I think.

 

He has such a creepy face. Cool paint job too.

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Amazing how creamy your colors flow into each other.

The face is amazing, the tones so subtle.

I love how you toned the entire sculpture !

Mastery is a beautiful thing to behold.

Very well done !

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Very nicely done, 72moonglum!  I really like how natural it looks, despite it's rather unnatural beginnings.

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Outstanding work you've done on that face. Like something out of an old illustration. Very nice! ::):

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