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Incredible, and the basing is just awesome !

Beautiful job!

The WIFE is a quick learner, and is an adept !

Together you will make some amazing miniatures !

You may have to change name to "Kuro CleanbrushERS"...LOL

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She's doing great! It's curious to see her style is more crisp transitions, and yours is more gentle blends. But both look fantastic.

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Your wife is new to the hobby and paints that well? I hope you're prepared for her abilities to surpass your own very very soon. Women have a habit of getting good at this hobby far quicker than most men. I've seen this before and soon you will too...

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Thanks so much everyone!  All your encouragement is doing a great job of keeping her motivated to paint!  :;):  (Which, as we all know, can often be a battle during the beginning phases!)  So thanks a bunch!!!

 

Incredible, and the basing is just awesome !

Beautiful job!

The WIFE is a quick learner, and is an adept !

Together you will make some amazing miniatures !

You may have to change name to "Kuro CleanbrushERS"...LOL

 

lol, indeed!  ::):

 

 

Your wife is new to the hobby and paints that well? I hope you're prepared for her abilities to surpass your own very very soon. Women have a habit of getting good at this hobby far quicker than most men. I've seen this before and soon you will too...

 

I've seen that too; I think most women have better fine motor control than most men, and therefore they start with quite the leg up!  ::):  I guess I'll just have to work extra hard to keep up!  :lol:

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