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Speaking of sizes, measure her and see which category you should enter her in.  I believe she might fit in the  50-99mm contest. 

 

 

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6 hours ago, Inarah said:

Speaking of sizes, measure her and see which category you should enter her in.  I believe she might fit in the  50-99mm contest. 

 

 

What contest?

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4 hours ago, Bruunwald said:

Great eyes!

Thanks. I loved how the flesh tone and eyes came out. Main reason I actually finished it. 

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8 hours ago, Inarah said:

Speaking of sizes, measure her and see which category you should enter her in.  I believe she might fit in the  50-99mm contest. 

 

 

just got home and measured her.  Contest says 40mm-99mm though?  she stands right at 50mm either way.  you really think I should enter her?  I'm planning on going to Reapercon 2017, but I also don't think I'm planning on entering this one for the convention.  My tabletop quality, I'm not up to a studio quality paint skill yet.

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