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Holy cats! You did a terrifically amazing job on this. I really, really like the colors you chose. As always your work makes me want to push myself to be better. Thanks for sharing this. 

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She's an excellent old squawker! Thank you for your thought process! ::D: She seems to be the leader of the tengu in your group!

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Beautiful. Easily the nicest tengu I've seen painted. Ihonestly never realized this sculpt was that cool. Added to cart. Another thanks for posting a bit about the steps you went through to paint her up. 

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Amazing!

I can use some Tengu for my Nippon Project.

Preferably the metal versions.

 

Thank you for showing the steps.

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