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03810, Bregan, valkyrie: sculpt Gene Van Horne, paint Derek Schubert

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She's gorgeous, as always!  And your painting style just keeps getting more and more amazing.  Thanks for sharing her.

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Niiice.  Ace job by Gene, and a splendid paint job to show her off with.  Did I tell you I'm a fan?  Big fan.  Huge fan.  I might tear off my shirt at Reapercon and ask you to sign my chest.  If that's maybe too weird or too soon, then I'll wait until next year when I'm in one of your classes. 

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42 minutes ago, buglips*the*goblin said:

Niiice.  Ace job by Gene, and a splendid paint job to show her off with.  Did I tell you I'm a fan?  Big fan.  Huge fan.  I might tear off my shirt at Reapercon and ask you to sign my chest.  If that's maybe too weird or too soon, then I'll wait until next year when I'm in one of your classes. 

As always, I apologize for him, Derek. And I promise not to bring him to class with me. ::P:

 

She's gorgeous! Her hair is my favourite part - the highlight across the back is just :wub:

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Thanks, folks. 

@paintybeard: Her expression turned out quizzically complex.  Sulky from one side, Mona Lisa smile from the other?  Check it out:

 

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Gorgeous Derek! As for her expression, I imagined that some sexist Viking said something about how she looks cute in that armor, and she's about to show him what's what. 

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