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Nice job on these.  Both cause me to feel a bit squeamish, which is a good thing.  :)

 

Also, great job on the color transition on the Dark Young!

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Kinda hoping for more than 2 comments, guess everyone is on the fb site. Thanks for the input. 

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Didn’t want to be mean

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Great job! Also remember many people who see and love your work might only click on the heart/love button and may not necessarily write a comment. Doesn’t mean your work was not liked and appreciated. By the way I especially like the color choices for the dark young.

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