Eventide and Camouflage Moehog

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Eventide and Camouflage Moehog

Post by Nogitsune » 16 May 2016 05:26 am

Image "People like to talk about the twinkle in my eyes - and other places too!"
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Re: Eventide and Camouflage Moehog

Post by Madge » 16 May 2016 07:00 am

That's a gorgeous colour on the camo. Looks a bit dirty but I can dig it!

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Re: Eventide and Camouflage Moehog

Post by Color Wheel » 16 May 2016 05:45 pm

Eventide: Fairly standard, but not bad. Would have been nice to see a bit more orange in the hooves to separate them from the legs. The mane might've looked nice if it was a dark starry blue to continue the sky.

Camouflage: I'm always a sucker for camos with realistic colors, and this is no exception. If I had to nitpick, it would have been neat to see the tucks as one of the darker colors, like the red - aside from the eyes, that's the one part of it that would be easily visible.

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Re: Eventide and Camouflage Moehog

Post by Keleri » 21 May 2016 02:21 pm

Ha, too bad-- the Camo 'Hog looks pretty nice while higher-tier color Eventide gets the shitty MS Word gradient. I don't think anyone has a Moehog for their delicate beauty, anyway.

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