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The Big Hairy Fellow is a WONDERFULLY painted & BEAUTIFULLY based treasure. I love your fur colors & the skulls are BRILLIANTVERY WELL DONE!

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Very realistic interpretation.

Adding the skull really takes it in a different direction.  I can totally see him on stage.  “I’ve been the lead in three consecutive years of Summer Stock,” in his best beastial thespian voice.

 

Well done!

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2 hours ago, Darcstaar said:

 I can totally see him on stage.  “I’ve been the lead in three consecutive years of Summer Stock,” in his best beastial thespian voice.


I think we are all imagining this guy sounding like BRIAN BLESSED. 

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It's such a fun concept and it tells a story that can be as simple or complex as you like. I like to imagine him getting made fun of by the other Sasquatches for wanting to be an actor because the humans would never accept him. So he set off on a journey to prove them all wrong.... but the first person who didn't run away from him and believed in his ability to become an actor - whoops, popped his head right off! Who knew humans were so fragile? So he just keeps rehearsing and trying to find another human to believe in him....he just doesn't understand that as if being approached by a Sasquatch isn't intimidating enough, people are really quite turned off by the rotting head of his "friend" that he carries around with him to practice his lines with... ::P:

 

I really like the natural colours you used for his fur and you transitioned them really nicely so they're not stark at all, which really adds to the realistic look. It was a really great choice to use a skull that wasn't just a plain skull, but had detail to it that provides extra visual interest to make the viewer really look closer at it. Really nice job!

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