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I really like this.  You've inspired me to dig out the mousekin I have and get to work on them!

 

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They are so much fun! So little but such big personalities!

 

I have yet to do that one. My freehand stinks.

My freehand stinks too but I decided it wouldn't get better unless I started trying! Worst case scenario, if it turned out really bad, I would have to start over and repaint him.

 

Wasn't he a blast to do !!!!!!!!!

I loved painting mine up. 

Once you get that face is, its giggles every time you pic him up !

Oh So Well Done.  Your freehand is magnificent !

They are all so cute! I have more yet to paint but have been trying to paint up stuff I am using in the games. Just so happened with this recurring character, I thought this little guy would be perfect! I may just need to paint the rest and have the group be captured by a tribe of mouselings! Haha!

 

Thanks everyone! I wanted to do an all over design but trying to find one that I thought I could do at this scale was impossible. That's why I decided on a dragon face. Gave me a little practice without making me cry! Ha!

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considering the size of these little fellows that freehand is excellent as I see a lot of detail in there that I am not even sure how you managed to pull off.   (what did you use a 20/0 brush??  and a 100% magnifier to see it??)

 

Very well done!

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considering the size of these little fellows that freehand is excellent as I see a lot of detail in there that I am not even sure how you managed to pull off.   (what did you use a 20/0 brush??  and a 100% magnifier to see it??)

 

Very well done!

I used a #2 brush and a magnifying lamp. ::P: Thank you!

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considering the size of these little fellows that freehand is excellent as I see a lot of detail in there that I am not even sure how you managed to pull off.   (what did you use a 20/0 brush??  and a 100% magnifier to see it??)

 

Very well done!

I used a #2 brush and a magnifying lamp. ::P: Thank you!

 

 

and now that is even more impressive!

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