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A Modern Cambodian Young Lady With A Gun: Hasslefree HFA148 "Taylor"

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Nice! Beautiful skin tone again. She really does look Cambodian. You mixed up a great color for her jacket. I also like that her shoelaces match her socks. 

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Timberland boots! And fashionably faded jeans! Glad to see that the apocalypse hasn't spoilt the young womans sense of style.

 

Now I just have to un-see this before I paint my copy... 

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