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Here’s a couple that had a very clear idea for me to work with. He’s a painter, and her occupation involves wine- and here they are in their glorious combat pose.

 

This pose is more ‘three dimensional’ than most that I do. The design suits a cake that is displayed in the center of a room, rather than to one side. As such, they need several angles to really show them off.

 

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Oh good to know that her occupation involves wine, otherwise I was gonna be: "I see he's a painter, but what are you saying about her!" :lol:

 

Awesome painting as always.

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