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I have just realized that I've painted more wolves than anything else, 4 of them IIRC.

 

Well we DO make excellent models... Wolves ARE the finest creation of nature after all.... :blues:

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I have just realized that I've painted more wolves than anything else, 4 of them IIRC.

 

Well we DO make excellent models... Wolves ARE the finest creation of nature after all.... :blues:

 

Well behind barbarians, they are. ::D:

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I call shenanigans on "tabletop"!!!!

 

You aren't passing that off as table top, nerd.

Wut? Hey! That's my personal tabletop standard! ::P:

 

Thanks!! ::D:

 

 Hey now, one man's table top is another man's omg how the )(#*$ did you do that?!

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They look great together, Ub3r; nice work!

I was gonna mention the bowstring, but it's already been dealt with, so...

 

 

 

I have just realized that I've painted more wolves than anything else, 4 of them IIRC.

 

Well we DO make excellent models... Wolves ARE the finest creation of nature after all.... :blues:

 

I'll second that.

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nicely done. 

ignore those scientific types who don't believe in collapsible arrows!

 

The only suggestion I would have also pertains to the string... maybe take some sealer and rub it along the string to make the tufts flatten down to give you a smoother string.  I am impressed that you added a bow string which is very hard to do!

 

Going to second that, I'm amazed at anybody who can actually add a bowstring on top of everything else!

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