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Excellent work!

Old Lunkh was always the epitome of a Hill Giant to me, with his mismatched patched together clothes, hordes of carried loot, dumbfounded expression, and rock-tossing.  You've really brought him to life!

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I interpreted it as being part of his bag o stuff.  The head was somewhat squishy, which made me think it was dead and attached to the bag...

 

Is the giant rat trying to sneak into his bag o' stuff or is it part of his bag o' stuff?

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The Big Hairy Guy turned out FANTASTIC. Your attention to details make the piece; that & some SPLENDID brushwork. OUTSTANDING WORK!

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