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She looks great, good choice of base. 


I have a lot of problems with dry air and dry paint this time of year, too. 

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Firstly, I want to commend your determination in working through so many problems.  Honestly, if you hadn't mentioned it I wouldn't have noticed half of those tiny flaws.  


I also like the more subdued palette you used.  It's not what I would have chosen but it works really well.  You've changed my perception of this sculpt, she's been on my want-to-paint list for a while.  Thank you for sharing her!  ^_^

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Good on you for powering through the issues and producing a very good looking figure!:winkthumbs:

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