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Valloa Elf Thief (Reaper)

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She looks great!

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I love this figure, and this is a great version of her.  I love that you painted her fingernails red!

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Good work on her!

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Nice!

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WONDERFUL! She is LOVELYAND may very well be the most BEAUTIFUL piece I have seen you do. Your brushwork, basing & eye for color are all OUTSTANDING. SPLENDIDLY WELL DONE!

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looks good, I like the blue, tan color scheme

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Thanks all, I appreciate the comments and likes!

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I like that blue/purple combo

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**** Why hheeellloooo :wub::wub::wub: Is that the key to my heart you're holding there, little Elf?***

 

Excellent paintjob!!!!

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