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Well, I may still add some more sculpted leaves to the base and fiddle with the reflection in terms of making it look "shiney" but for now, I present my crazy mad scheme of a project.  I started worki

I am for once speechless...so I voted on C.M.o.N. in lieu of an inordinate amount of gushing. FANTASTICALLY WELL DONE!

Aww!  Thanks everyone!  I am a firm believer that if I practice hard enough, anything is possible.  So, no brush breaking or giving up!  You can do it!!

This is absolutely one of the best monochrome paint kids I have seen ever. Everything is superb. So very well done.

There is no kid in this diorama but my spell check hates my fingers

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I'm so happy to see you finish this and it look spectacular. Watching you deliberate over time and the WIP was fantastic. Corporea this is certainly an "artist defining" piece for you. I love love love this. Thank you for sharing :)

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