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Grenadier Witch (SKU 5601)

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She doesn't look rushed at all, in fact i think she looks excellent!

 

I love all the little details you packed in here--the cat, the gem-skull on her staff, everything is just great.

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I painted that Witchy Woman a very long time ago; I'm pretty sure mine was not nearly as BEAUTIFULLY painted as yours. The Old Girl & her Cat are WONDERFULLY painted & based. You have captured the Maria Ouspenskaya look perfectly. VERY WELL DONE!

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Very excellent! I love your color selection, and especially love how the staff turned out. The little skull at the top looks quite perfect.

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