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The main eye is absolutely stunning!

 

I also like the mouth a lot.

 

Great work!

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I love how you did the eye and the teeth. I guess he doesn't brush often or floss. He probably ate the dentist. Nice job on him, he is awesome!

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That absolutely ROCKS!!

 

Excellent work on him; I like the additional eyestalks, too.

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He/She/Whatever is a BEAUTIFULLY painted creation. I LOVE your color selection. The eyes, particularly the central one are WONDROUS to behold AND what an endearing smile. VERY WELL DONE!

I, for one, will be waiting with bated breath for The Diorama.

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Nice shading and fading, and I agree: the actual eye work is GREAT!

 

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