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The Big Blue Babe is a LOVELY creation. Your attention to details, selection of color, AND brushwork are OUTSTANDINGVERY WELL DONE!

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Many thanks. I really tried thinning my paints down a lot more than I usually would, and I suspect I'll keep trying that. It gives it a much smoother look and I really like how it turned out. I'm also starting to use washes less. I like washes still, but for some things, I really like starting at the bottom and working up through the highlights. 

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