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  1. Howdy folks, yet another new painter here, starting up an open/community Show Off thread for the Learn To Paint Kit #2. My hope is that we can get various folks to post their results and/or stories from working through the second Learn to Paint Kit. For those folks working on the kit currently, please feel free to post your works in progress in the ongoing thread: http://www.reapermini.com/forum/index.php?/topic/46157-wip-l2pk2/ Otherwise, please feel free to post your versions of Tsuko and Laurana in this thread. To start things off, this is my 7th ever mini, Laurana the Sorceress. Overall, I'd rate it a good learning experience. I found the skin sections to be a bit tricky, mostly because I'm not used to trying to suggest where muscles are and aren't. The cloth was a bit simpler, and very good practice for shading and highlighting. Also a first attempt at basing, and still learning the whole photography thing, so excuse the picture and base quality. Any comments and/or criticisms are more than welcome, always looking for suggestions on what/how to improve!
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