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6 hours ago, Xherman1964 said:

Great job!!

 

Which colour did you use for the main fur?

 

@Xherman1964 I am pretty sure I used Reaper 29827 Griffon Tan for the basecoat, Reaper 29826 Desert Tan for highlights, mixed with some off white for the highest highlights.

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