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She is LOVELY in a decidedly spooky sort of way. Your eye for colors & deft work with the brush are OUTSTANDINGVERY WELL DONE!

I would image if the Girl had a familiar, it would be somewhat creepy or mildly psychotic...your WONDERFUL Water Weird would work...they do make a nice couple.

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The eyes were a bit inspired by a class I took from Derek Schubert where he did a glowing eyes demo for us.

 

I was actually a bit sad to do glowy eyes on her, because she actually has nice big eyes that I could put some real pupils in - as opposed to more realistic scale eyes like Darksword does.

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