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Extraordinary talent indeed!

But, if I am allowed to be a bit critical (in this positive way), I would add some "body" to this lion, especially around the chest area, like in the photo below. Otherwise, your lion looks a bit skinny in the chest, I think. Could you carefully glue a piece of wood there and shape it to the rest of the trunk?

Congratulations anyway!


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Hi Dziadeczek !


Thanks for feedback! This lion I painted step by step for about 3 years, gradually bringing to perfection. I was very much helped by advice of friends. I looked at your proposal and agreed with him. It will be better this way. Initially, the lion was correct, but after cutting out groove for stem, his back became lean.


I will consider your wish. Thanks again


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