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She is beautiful! The composition and execution is splendid. Might I suggest getting a neutral tone backdrop for photographs though? Even a piece of gray construction paper will do in a pinch. 

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2 minutes ago, Cyradis said:

She is beautiful! The composition and execution is splendid. Might I suggest getting a neutral tone backdrop for photographs though? Even a piece of gray construction paper will do in a pinch. 

Hmm, I never thought about using construction paper. I will be using that advice. Thank you.

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Welcome to the Forum!

 

That is excellent painting!

 

Awesome skin and pinktones!!!

 

I agree on a neutral backdrop.

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She is a LOVELY creation. Along with your FINE  brushwork, your STUNNING choice of colors make the miniature. The skin tones glow. The BEAUTIFUL base finishes the piece of WONDERFULLYVERY WELL DONE!

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This is an awesome composition with regards to everything that has already been mentioned. The skin tone is just perfect. Pretty much everyting else is also as food. Kudos. 

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Stunning! I'm in awe of anyone who has the eye and the bravery to raise the highlights like that. I myself always chicken out way to early and never get results like this.

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