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FANTASTIC! That is a VERY IMPRESSIVE creation AND possibly THE MOST BEAUTIFULLY painted piece I have seen you do. VERY WELL DONE!

 

AND CONGRATULATIONS on surpassing your goal..."greater is he who conquers himself than he who conquers a city,"

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