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As always, supremely awesome work, the blends you get on chibi sized stuff is mind blowing. I find its so hard when there is so much space to cover.

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I'm about to get a load of Chibi Ninjas, and SDE cards to go with them.  So some will be for the squirrels, and others will fight against them.

 

Maybe I should convert one with a paintbrush.

 

 

 

As always, supremely awesome work, the blends you get on chibi sized stuff is mind blowing. I find its so hard when there is so much space to cover.

 

 

Fur texture helps with that quite a bit actually.  To be honest, you can use the same technique when you don't have a flat surface.

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