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Esme "Granny" Weatherwax in a ball gown, from Micro Art Studio

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Very very cool! I love the colors in black ::): 

 

Big fan of the discworld books myself, so I can very much appreciate this piece.

My curiosity is awakened on your other piece and can't wait to see your show off on that one.

 

Love the last 2 photo's btw!

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Thanks!

 

I've been playing around with backgrounds. It gives me an excuse to pick up pretty photography books at jumble sales.

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Wow!!!!! You did her up PERFECT!!! :wub: The interference color is what really kicks it over the top! 

 

Absolutely splendid job, Pingo. She looks even better than I'd imagined her all these years! ::D:

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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My brain really wants to believe that this is a 54mm or larger piece, but I've got a sneaky suspicion that she's really 25-28mm, isn't she...  It's just mind-boggling that you've got so much going on with such a tiny piece!  :blink:

 

And the black + interference dress is amazing!!  ^_^

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