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This is early days for you, yes? 

 

This is a good, clean paint job with distinct areas of clear color. 

 

Good job on the eyes.  They are often the bane of even experienced painters.  And yes, half-eyes are extra tricky, so well done.

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Welcome to the forums.

 

This one looks great!

 

A freehand, eyes, very well done!

 

As for your struggle with blond hair. You could try out the Reaper Blond Hair Triad.

 

I usually paint a light brown and then go over it with a beige yellow. Highlight up to white.

I have to admit I have started using the triad myself and it works well.

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The stripes at the hem of the cloak? Clear defined eyes.. And overall very tidy brush work? Yep, I love your work. Practice some shading, layering and/or feathering to reach the next level and we will see wonders from you. That I am sure! :)

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