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I found two small parts I didn't finish painting as I was varnishing her this morning. I usually wait to take pics until after varnishing, and that allows me to catch little mistakes, but I was just so happy with her finish I wanted to share asap.

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2 hours ago, Vacaroja said:

I found two small parts I didn't finish painting as I was varnishing her this morning. I usually wait to take pics until after varnishing, and that allows me to catch little mistakes, but I was just so happy with her finish I wanted to share asap.

Y'know... now that you mention it, I can't unsee it, and this is just an unsightly mess. You should be ashamed. Ashamed, I say!

 

Yeah, seriously, I have no idea what parts you didn't finish - this looks tremendous.

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1 hour ago, Disciple of Sakura said:

Y'know... now that you mention it, I can't unsee it, and this is just an unsightly mess. You should be ashamed. Ashamed, I say!

 

Yeah, seriously, I have no idea what parts you didn't finish - this looks tremendous.

It's minor things. I'd tell you what they were, but then you really might not be able to unsee it!

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Very cool. I like how you outlined by shadowing that way. The dots look well done also , nice job :)

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