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The eerie, glowing eyes & the drool add that certain sinister something to his charming smile...BEAUTIFULLY painted & based. VERY WELL DONE!

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He's almost, dare I say, cute! Love the glowy eyes! Wanting to try that with a figure I am working on right now. Might use this as inspiration! Nice figure, I like it a lot!

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GRRRRRR!!!!! 

 

Well done! Why do wolves have to be so angry?

 

They aren't angry. They just like to show their great dental work.

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