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Lovely work, never seen this sculpt before.

This sculpt is from Dark Sword Miniatures.

It was carved by Sue Summers.

It is a real challenge, as it has some flaws, but it is her first sculpt (her husband is Dave Summers).

I love the whimsical nature of the sculpt, and believe me, after FIVE times painting those eyes, you

need to watch that brush point on this one. 

I loved painting the mini though!

Give it a try, I giggled a lot!

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She's awesome !

Your appreciation is greatly appreciated !

This is a bit out of my normal comfort zone..

Great Challenge !

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nice beauty contestant!

 

The best part is the orange hair... very good shadows and highlights!

 

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nice beauty contestant!

 

The best part is the orange hair... very good shadows and highlights!

 

:devil:

ROFL.. Thanks robinh;

I must admit that thanks to you I have gotten rather adept at painting Orange...

:bday:  I have my doubts at portraiture though !

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