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The Girl could definitely raise the Dead or most anything she put her mind to. She is a BEAUTIFULLY painted & based creation. VERY WELL DONE!

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2 hours ago, hdclearman said:

Wow.  I really like that skin

 

My words exactly.  Just wow. 

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Lmao... I am officially old.  I just realized that this is a mini of a semi-clothed drow...  So, yes, that is some fine paint you laid down for the skin tones.   

Stupid little phone screen, stupid old eyes.... 

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