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...remember forest fires prevent bears. That is an UBERCOOL miniature AND BEAUTIFULLY painted...I like the muzzle tones. Despite causing a Smokey moment, OUTSTANDING WORK!

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16 minutes ago, Baldur8762 said:

That is a very friendly looking ursanthrope!  I love the bright colours and the base!

 

I agree.  It is refreshing actually to see an animal-human hybrid who is not looking totally blood thirsty.  

 

Nice job with the paint Werewolvians!  Looks like a fun one with a few neat details that you wouldn't get with an ordinary animal.

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It looks fantastic and the bones look like they have improved this KS the detail is very impressive but I have not painted a bones that was released recently so bones 3 should be a pleasant surprise. The last ones I did were imef guys and they were a little rough

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That's a great looking bear.  Reminds me of the Country Bears from Disney.  If only he had a moonshine jug instead of a battle axe.

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nice job, keep up the good work on the rest of your bones. Looking forward to seeing more

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