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She turned out as BEAUTIFULLY as your W.I.P. photos promised she would. VERY WELL DONE!

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Thanks for all the 'Likes' and comments everyone!

 

17 hours ago, MiniDungeonMaster said:

Wow! Great job! The hair in particular is great- the shine and texture is portrayed perfectly 

 

I was really happy with how her hair turned out too, it was worth all the fiddling about!

 

12 hours ago, SisterMaryNapalm said:

She looks like a french rogue. Haha. I really like it. Nice choice of colours.

 

Glad to know I wasn't the only one who thought she was giving off 'French' vibes, I did briefly consider doing her sash as a French flag but couldn't figure out how.

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