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WOW! What a fantastic piece, I love it!  ::o:

 

Welcome to the forum, I hope to see a lot more of your works.  ::D:

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Now that is epic

 

EPIC MADNESS!!!!

 

Love the water effects & love the little guy clinging on for his little dear life too.

 

Awesome stuff!

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Cthulhu called.....he wants me to turn in my brushes.....

 

Welcome to the board! That's a pretty amazing first post!

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FANTASTICALLY IMAGINATIVE! The BEAUTIFUL brushwork, color selection, & a WONDROUS base come through for a TRULY INCREDIBLE creation. VERY WELL DONE!

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D6 SAN lost due to intense envy : )  The base is great, but I love the bold contrast you've got going with the highlights in this piece.  I love the tail & the head in particular.

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