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Nice mini and bright colors! The base is nice and I also like the leaves. The "pumpkin" bag kills me. Whenever I look at it, it makes me think she has another frog's head in there......Haha! Nice job!

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I agree with everyone about the "Pumpkin Bag".

When I started painting it, and highlighting it, I started cracking up

as I turned it into a bag carrying a carved pumpkin "head" inside.

Glad to see that the colors are appreciated as well !

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Your MERRY Little Witch is a real charmer. She has a delightfully silly expression that your brushwork highlighted nicely. Your choice of colors & the detail work on the base are SPLENDIDVERY WELL DONE!

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Another fun paint job from Jay!

She's really great and I love how you arranged the leaves on the base, it looks like they're tumbling past her in the wind, it's a really nice touch!

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Your MERRY Little Witch is a real charmer. She has a delightfully silly expression that your brushwork highlighted nicely. Your choice of colors & the detail work on the base are SPLENDIDVERY WELL DONE!

Thanks Malefactus;

I think you are inspiring me to push the color spectrum out there.

When it comes to the anthropomorphic characters, I tend to get sillier and sillier with

each new one !  The pumpkin in the bag thing did crack me up.

So much to learn though.  Hard to imagine I have doing this craziness for two years now !

Thanks again.

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What a clever little witch!  Did she turn her ownself into a frog?  Love the highlighting down the back of her clothing.

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Thanks Guindyloo, and Matbar.

That highlight down the pleats of that dress was a study in concentration.

There are actually five colors in there, getting smaller and smaller as

the highlight goes up !

Glad you liked it.

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