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that's a nice miniature, very well balanced face.

 

And I was really tickled by the cartoon, especially the paint-smeared fingertips.(Especially as the painter seems to be a fellow southpaw.)

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14 minutes ago, Iridil said:

Great eyes - good job having her look at the gem!

 I will take that as a complement because I did not plan it that just sort of came out that way  ::D:

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Good work!  I share in your delight on the eyes and lips.  Nice to see how you picked out the details on her equipment, too.

Thanks for sharing, and good luck with your next figure!

Derek (sculptor of Ingrid)

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4 hours ago, dks said:

Good work!  I share in your delight on the eyes and lips.  Nice to see how you picked out the details on her equipment, too.

Thanks for sharing, and good luck with your next figure!

Derek (sculptor of Ingrid)

Thank You, for creating such a fun mini to paint.

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