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Great job on all three.  Great color scheme.  They are stunningly vibrant.  

 

I was going to give away all my Bones 4 owlbears, but you just convinced me to paint at least one.

 

Edit: I know the bones 4 mini will be different than any of these, but until I saw these, I was skeptical of the more-bear-less-owl version that is coming out.  I always liked the more-owl style from the original Bones set.

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1 hour ago, AutumnHare said:

Great job on all three.  Great color scheme.  They are stunningly vibrant.  

 

I was going to give away all my Bones 4 owlbears, but you just convinced me to paint at least one.

 

Edit: I know the bones 4 mini will be different than any of these, but until I saw these, I was skeptical of the more-bear-less-owl version that is coming out.  I always liked the more-owl style from the original Bones set.

You might find out you enjoy painting them! I spent the most time on the faces and bellies. A lot of the rest was dry brushing and washes. There are so many different types of owls! I will have a Hedwig owlbear for sure!

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