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Okami Kasugami Veil of Mist by scarykurt Okami Kasugami Veil of Mist by scarykurt
Okami Kasugami, brushgod of the Veil of Mist
Just a few more of the okami brushgods to go. Thinking of holding another little competition when i'm done, based just around them :)
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ninaserfer Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2013
Wygląda jak owca- it looks like sheep ;)
scarykurt Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2013
Yep, he is a sheep god :)
ninaserfer Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2013
CJM99 Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2013
Hi Kurt ... trying to get my last brush gods finished and i'm having issues with Kasugami...

I can see where the 'wings' go on his body but there are a few bits i need clarified:

the longer teardrop shapes with the swirl marking x2 - these are his ears to go on the side of his head?

there is a piece that looks just like his forehead ... is this his tail? not really sure where is goes

2x small white teardrops ... no idea, maybe his tail or ears depending on the above guesses????

the pic is just a little too front on to tell :D
scarykurt Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2013
Hiya, the longer teardrops with the swirl are his tail, seems long for a sheep, but thats how all the images of him looked.
The smaller pieces are his little ears, they just glue to the side of the head.
The forehead piece folds in the middle and you glue it over the forehead, this just gives it a more 3D effect, but it's not really needed if you think the forehead looks fine flat. I just felt it needed a little more.
Sorry this one is abit of a pain, i feel like all the brushgods are a bit of a puzzle :)
CJM99 Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2013
no problemo, just wasn't sure :P
makes sense he has a longer tail. sheepies always look funny with their long tails only because we are so used to seeing them docked (normally done for the long term health of the animal)

just got sheep and monkey to glue today and then will be taking pics :)
scarykurt Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2013
Arr, it's a shame you didn't finish in time for judging, but they do still look awesome!
Terribly, as a city boy, i don't think i've ever actually seen a sheep upclose, just far off in fields as i've gone by on coach trips. :)
CJM99 Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2013
no worries - I'm just please I completed the set! the look pretty good all together.

I was a city girl until my parents decided to get a small lifestyle block. I had 2 pet sheep, and I know it sounds silly but they are the most intelligent things with neat individual personalities. Like any animal they will develop if you give them the chance and time. I miss my sheep they got old and passed on, but they were almost like big woolly vocal dogs! :love:
scarykurt Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
Awesome, i love all animals, but have to settle for the london ones!
So far i've managed to lure a family of foxes and a family of squirrels to my garden. Plus some crows and jays, but the local cats keep chasing them. Can't be mad though, as i play with them too :)
CJM99 Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
wow neato! we don't have those animals over here in NZ :)
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