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I like your idea for the eyes, and think I may steal that myself. That's one psychotic looking owlbear!

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@Frogimus- I use Duncan paints mostly because I got a bunch of them for free.  I believe I used my skin tone shade which they list as a light brown and then highlighted with some french vanilla. I really like how it looks in person, it didn't look quite as good in the pics.

 

@TheOldGuard and Dr.Bedlam- TY I really like the eyes as well.

 

@Xherman 1964- TY I wanted something that looked like it could easily slip out of the shadows.

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The eyes look great.  

I was going to comment on the claws too, but you mentioned them earlier, so I will move along. 

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