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FitzBones II: 77375 Mashaaf

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Very nice. I quite the colors you choose they work quite well for this one. And I love the slimy mouth and tentacles.

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This is great! The skin texture reminds me of naked cats/rats. Are the eyes painted on with freehand? Or are there "bumps" on the model? 

 

Answered myself by going to the wip thread. It's really impressive the way you have made the eyes stand out like that. :)

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Wow...really well done.  And disturbing.  I'm going to look at pictures of unicorns now.

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That is one beautiful beast. Love the red spots. Are those the eyes? 

 

I assume they're eyes, but I don't know exactly what the sculptor had in mind.

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That's SICK.

 

S = Super

I  = Impressive

C = Cool

K =  Kudos to you for making it this great.

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