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BONUS POINTS for painting a WOLF..ehhh ah Hyena? ..eeeh a HYOLF!

 

Hm, maybe that pattern was  influenced by the LOTR Wargs ?

 

Great job!

And I like the sculpt.

Stop sculpting awesome animals please?

My wallet is dying!

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4 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

BONUS POINTS for painting a WOLF..ehhh ah Hyena? ..eeeh a HYOLF!

 

Hm, maybe that pattern was  influenced by the LOTR Wargs ?

 

Great job!

And I like the sculpt.

Stop sculpting awesome animals please?

My wallet is dying!

 

You do realize that I am personally targeting you with EVERYTHING I sculpt these days, right?

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