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Awesome!

 

Mind if I steal this idea? I can use it in my Nippon project and I have such a Bear!

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Well done. I love it. It makes me think that the axe is less about cleaving skulls and more about getting to the tastiest leave on the bamboo. 

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I really like this idea and well done. Great bamboo base - it's a really different take that you executed spot on.

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20 hours ago, Glitterwolf said:

Awesome!

 

Mind if I steal this idea? I can use it in my Nippon project and I have such a Bear!

Don’t mind at all! 

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12 hours ago, Disciple of Sakura said:

Very cool. What's the bamboo made from?

 

Found it on amazon- I think it’s for fish tanks- had to cut it down a bit but looks good in the end I think. 

 

 

And now he has a brother...

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Nice Werebears.  

The panda looks perfect.  I, too, might stream this idea when I am ready to paint him.  The polar bear is great too. I like the way you put a little white in the water.  It really helps sell the iceberg look.

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9 hours ago, wickedshifty said:

 

Found it on amazon- I think it’s for fish tanks- had to cut it down a bit but looks good in the end I think. 

 

 

And now he has a brother...

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Get that bear a can of Coca Cola!

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