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Ninja Beholder (Eyebeast)

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3 hours ago, Baldur8762 said:

HA that is amazing! Well done!  It's amazing you tried tackling such a project so early on in the first place!

Thank you.  I'd been painting for about a month.  They held a local convention and I knew my painting wasn't good enough to win, so I had to have a gimmick.  I had to figure out how to design it and how to work with brown-stuff, but after a few days I was dry brushing like a fiend.  It worked, I won.  Of course, there was only a handful of entries, but still.  ::D:

 

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