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RAFM does "Underworld": RAF02802 "Desirée Dark, Mercenary"

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She is a LOVELY denizen of Underworld; a BEAUTIFULLY painted creation. VERY WELL DONE!

AND I do love Kate Beckinsale which only makes your piece more WONDERFUL.

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Looks great!

Ah, Underworld...Kate..:wub:

 

Both styles look great, I prefer your current style, because it is more unique.

If I look at the early version, I will say, great job.

If I look at the new version, I will say great job Pingo, because I can recognize your style.

I like the way you paint faces these days.

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