Paige the fox but again

hey look it’s fox girl

she has become bonk

oh also she’s really tall

had a lot of fun building her due to the extremely limited colour palette

I ended up using a lot of techniques I would never have thought of otherwise

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And as we all should know, something is only sexy when it has become bonk.

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The shaping on this is pretty neat, some cool NPU as well (never seen kakamas as a butt before) and i like the colours

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@Mr.Monopoly would you be mad if i told i may have revamped cappuncino again?

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You were spared

Alright Monopoly, it’s time to address your biggest crime.

You really thought you could get away with it, but no. You were doomed to be caught from the start, and your little shenanigans won’t save you from being called to the mat, as it’s high time the world knew what you did.

Why you usin bootleg pieces bruh?? :skull: :skull:

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these don’t come in black

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She looks great in the third dimension

Still really favor the tail

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This is a nice addition to the Monopoly-verse. Now we can have more tax evasion!

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Your art skills are impressive enough, but your physical MOCs are also often incredible. This is a really clever build, and the color distribution is phenomenal. Using Tohunga feet for the tail is genius!

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The ultimate state of being

So, long story short, this is amazing. The colour blocking is excellent, and so is the shaping. I love how many G1 parts you utilised in this MOC, it’s always a nice thing to see.
And there’s quite a lot of NPU here. One detail that I particularly enjoy are the yellow bushing eyes.

My only real gripes are that she does seem to have a little bit of a hunch situation going on and the transition from the mctoran foot to the chima fur piece on the tale is a little too harsh in my opinion. But the former is not really noticeable from most angles, and the latter is impossible to fix, as far as I can see.

Excellent work overall!

Though, looking at some of the building techniques used here, I have to wonder: was this MOC inspired by the works of one… infamous builder, who specialised in creating female MOCs? You know who I’m talking about

Oh you innocent summer child…

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yay I can finally use this cringe gif from this garbage show

Shall we educate him? Give him a little… MOCing history lesson, you know

You don’t understand, it’s something called a “pro gamer move”.

Wait, wasn’t Susan Garfunkle the one responsible for tax evasion, not Paige? You should really learn monopoly lore better smh smh

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You really did an outstanding Job Mono. The tail is my favourite part here it has some real floof shape to it.

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ahhh monopoly you’ve done it again!
ye no ngl this is actually rlly cool

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We’ve seen nuva butts, we’ve experienced Inika shoulders…

Now get ready for Kakama rear ends.

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I’m slightly concerned, now that I’ve realized you’ve built the physical version of the frame that every bat you’ve created uses.

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don’t worry, I won’t be building any more bats

well, at least physical ones, I’ll be doing stud.io models for all the bats from the bat creation service that were drawings only

either way, could I perhaps receive a classic hawkflight critique?
I always love getting criticisms for my mocs

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You got the shaping done well enough that I recognize it as being your artstyle, so I’ll give you a pass for my usual critique of skinny MOCs. Shins are clever. Not a fan of the socket on the front of the waist. Nor of the tops exposed on the shoulders but I don’t know if that can be helped.

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Nice, I like the part usage for the ears

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Looks really nice. Like you said, the colours put a limit on what pieces you can use, even with that limitation you managed to built a pretty good looking moc. The tail is pretty nice, the feet look nice for it.
The head is also very good.

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this is somehow actually charming in MOC form

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I wish I was better at understanding word embeddings so I can figure out how much the semantics of these overlap

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