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fantastic work, your highlights are very well blended and those eyes are outstanding, looks like shes wearing make up. 

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Thanks guys!  The eyes I was pretty happy with, but the nicest part of the model is that it's big enough where the eyes were relatively easy. The only problem really was the color, I was trying to do a brighter red, and hopefully in the photo you can see that they are indeed red, but as I kept going in there with the red dot, it didn't seem to take as much as I wanted to and as a consequence I think they look more brown than red.  But oh well...


And yup, she is wearing some make up!

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