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Very nicely done!

 

Make sure to enter her into the appropriate contest for large figures.

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Coincidental, though given I have watched and read Hellsing (and enjoyed it)... subconscious inspiration, who knows.

 

Some inspiration from Valkyria Chronicles too.

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OUTSTANDING! You have a unique style to your painting that reminds moi of Goya. Your creation has a WONDERFUL aura to it. VERY WELL DONE!

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Very nice, it takes quite the talent to sculpt and paint. I love her dress and hole in her stockings. Such character. 

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