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That's cool.  I love to spread the word.

 

I'm particularly fond of the Hungry Bunny Horde.

 

 

My daughter love these books too.
Great rendition of the characters on the minis.

The fur effect on the monster is great! (It looks like it is all free-handed!)

 

 

Yep, fur and hair texture is all freehand- the mini is perfectly smooth.  I've used the technique on a few SDE minis, as well as a good number of cake toppers.

 

Then Sue Wochowski showed me that you can do it with textured surfaces as well (it is a fairly quick and effective way to paint hair). 

 

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