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Those are pretty sweet. I just got some of the reaper mouselings for a mouse guard game I started running and can't wait to paint them. You pulled of making the fur look unique on each one of them. Great job.

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Delicious Caeke!

 Mmmmcaeke.  

Those are so darn sweet, did you have to mix sugar in the paint to paint them!? :)

 Lol, didn't have to they're sweet enough without it.  

Love the purple and teal motif on their gear!

 Thank you, I wanted them to have a cohesive color scheme.  

Those are pretty sweet. I just got some of the reaper mouselings for a mouse guard game I started running and can't wait to paint them. You pulled of making the fur look unique on each one of them. Great job.

Thank you! The mouslings are another love of mine. I have a bunch, I should get around to painting some more of them. Can't wait to see yours.
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ThatÅ› one adorable adventurer's party.

 

I can see the evil demons go:  Awww look at those cuddly little...HEY ..they're shooting arrows...

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Cuteness overload!

 Cuteness is their special ability.  

I love the Caeke minis *huggles her's*

Well done!

 Thanky. I loves them too. Yours are fantabulous as well.  

ThatÅ› one adorable adventurer's party.

 

I can see the evil demons go:  Awww look at those cuddly little...HEY ..they're shooting arrows...

Thank you.Lol. It's troo.   

Great fur!  The pop of the colors and the details are fantastic too!

 Thanks! I love painting fur. There's a surprising amount of detail on these. I kept finding new things. You can't see it in the pic but Echidnox's dagger has a bird motif. There's eyes on the side, the purple bit is a beak, and the green bit is feathers. I don't have the brush control to make it look like it should so I went with carrot instead.  

Fantastic work!

 

Pictures aren't bad, I'd say a dark neutral background would help with your pics a lot tho.

Thanks! Yes, I keep meaning to go ahead and order a background but then I get distracted by minis or paint and spend the money on that instead.
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Fantastic work!

 

Pictures aren't bad, I'd say a dark neutral background would help with your pics a lot tho.

Thanks! Yes, I keep meaning to go ahead and order a background but then I get distracted by minis or paint and spend the money on that instead.

 

You can print it off for free (well the cost of a piece of paper and the ink) or even go down to a craft store and get a piece of felt an appropriate color for like $0.25 each. 

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