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Thanks. I wanted to use a warmer palette for her, so I chose the brown and rust (though it's looking a little pink in the photo) and the green just naturally harmonized with that. 

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The overall effect is wonderful.  I think I might have that model someplace, can't wait to try my hand at her someday and I'll be trilled if mine is even a fraction as nice as yours. 

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