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She is a LOVELY creation...such a sweet expressive face. Along with the FINE brushwork & basing, your choice of colors is BEAUTIFUL.  VERY WELL DONE!

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Thanks. I felt a little heavy handed on the face. Probably time to stop using those dollar store brushes. 

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Very nice indeed.. However a good brush (I have discovered after many hours of anguish) will certainly up the ante, do not hesitate.

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Dollar store brushes as in synthetic/taklon?  They must not be too bad to get the results you've been getting.  Have you ever used a better brush?  If not, you owe it to yourself to try them out.  I think my Kolinsky brushes make painting more enjoyable and improve the results.

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Lovely colour choice, Please, invest in some quality brushes, life is too short for crap brushes. Lol. You will not believe the difference it will make, you paint too well, to have a synthetic brush hold you back....you'll wonder why you waited.....

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