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Darksword Lady in Waiting


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A beautiful piece!...Love your execution of colors and shading!...Your beautiful style of painting female figures is again on display with this simple little piece...as well as your simple execution of a simple (but very befitting base)!

 

Wishing you success and continued numbers of painted figures in/for your fund raising event/participation in a very noble and worthy charity event!

 

Looking forward to your return to active duty/status on this forum after March...There are great numbers of members who miss seeing your work on a regular basis.

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