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Wow...it’s beautiful as is but the planned additional details add another layer of amazing. I especially love the sash colour change, it really makes a big difference. 

Thank you for showing your process with this. I don’t know how well doing markups in photo software would work for me though, I fear I’d get distracted adding “deal with it” sunglasses onto every figure. ::P:

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I am flabberghasted at the beauty of this. It amazes me that it is still WIP! I am eager to see its final incarnation ^_^

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I'm speechless! I love all these colors. The hamon effect is a great idea. I was not familiar with that word so, I just googled it to find more information. That will be an epic weapon.

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