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It's difficult to not paint a skeleton right. 

 

She took the easy way...  

 

Good use of colours on the skeleton, and the rocks look pretty solid. The axe handle could probably use a lighter colour and some weathering.

 

What will she be paintig next? 

Kaladrax? 

"He's just bones and a bit of skin here and there. Just a little bit bigger than that skeleon you did. And the base is mostly rocks. You're good at painting rocks! Here's a new #0 brush, and do you mind posing in front of that clock?"

 

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