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My 02939: Viking Girl

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Thanks @GlitterwolfI can't take too much credit for the shield though, it was modeled on. My freehand is nowhere near that good! :)

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Beautiful!! I love every color you used on this mini. Amazing skin tone and fur. The fur actually looks soft, especially on her boots and the back collar. Your paint job convinced me to add her to the cart. 

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8 hours ago, Prex said:

Thanks @GlitterwolfI can't take too much credit for the shield though, it was modeled on. My freehand is nowhere near that good! :)

 

I know it is sculpted on, I got her myself as well.

Anyone who paints wolves or wolf items gets Bonus points from me!

 

All Hail Woof!

 

I like the colours you used!

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