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Wow,... the skills. Where do I start....

 

NMM pops this off, the eyes are always ON POINT, and the smooth blending is just top notch. Beautiful job MC!!!

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You have become a master in painting these anthros!

Superb!

 

There is something fishy about this one, maybe something he ate?

 

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Now it comes out; i.e., Cthulhu is a Cat Person...or maybe it is the other way around. In either case, the Cultist Cat painted up BEAUTIFULLY with your own unique Furry Folk touch. VERY WELL DONE!

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This is terrific - love the tenticle coloring and the way the sucker side coloring matches the scabard. Beautiful fur and eyes as usual - nice glint of madness in his eyes!

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