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Thanks everyone. The freckles were applied with a sharply pointed colored pencil. Kinda mandatory on red-heads...

 

Arclance, here's some larger images. Not sure if they'll help much beyond making the brush strokes and paint grains larger!  :blink:

 

 

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Wow, that is fantastic, great color selection awesome blending and overall it ties together superbly

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The title/name plate is from a trophy shop. I usually get them in clusters of 2-4. The shop - and I assume most others - charge by the size of the plate (in square inches), the number of letters, and the number of lines. The letters are engraved and filled with a dark wash. I believe they're doing it on a computer where they pick any number of font styles and sizes, and can do a specifically sized layout on layout on the screen. The plates are stuck on with double sided tape. I tend to keep things simple. The Steam plate worked out to about $7.00 dollars.

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Oh my, she is so beautiful! I especially love what you have done with the clothing, everything is so lifelike! Very well done!

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The title/name plate is from a trophy shop. I usually get them in clusters of 2-4. The shop - and I assume most others - charge by the size of the plate (in square inches), the number of letters, and the number of lines. The letters are engraved and filled with a dark wash. I believe they're doing it on a computer where they pick any number of font styles and sizes, and can do a specifically sized layout on layout on the screen. The plates are stuck on with double sided tape. I tend to keep things simple. The Steam plate worked out to about $7.00 dollars.

Oh cool, thanks for the information!

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