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The color change on the tentacles is very well done! Great looking beastie!

That was a surprising afterthought. I re-sculpted the tips of the eyestalks because the mold lines were making them too squirrelly to paint. I'd retained a bit of the orange paint I'd used as a base coat and used it to paint over the putty, and I liked how they looked so I did a bit of glaze blending.

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