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Ral Partha Female Magic User Casting Spell by Julie Guthrie

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Super!

I like the colours you used, the purple works well with the orange/brown

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Great job bringing these to life! I really like the purple dress, wonderful highlighting which gives it a shiny fabric look! Didn't notice the lack of eyebrows until you mentioned it

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On 3/12/2020 at 3:26 AM, Glitterwolf said:

Super!

I like the colours you used, the purple works well with the orange/brown

Thank you Glitterwolf!   I always wonder if I'm not going to someday fall into a rut with my colors but that day is still a bit in the future I think.

21 hours ago, Darcstaar said:

Love the pink.  I think the face looks fine as-is.

Thanks Darcstaar, pink was the last major color to be chosen, hopefully it contrasts the purple and orange enough to spark a bit of interest.

20 hours ago, Iridil said:

Great job bringing these to life! I really like the purple dress, wonderful highlighting which gives it a shiny fabric look! Didn't notice the lack of eyebrows until you mentioned it

Amazing how we're our own worst critics and something that really bothered me at a certain moment (no eyebrows), nobody either noticed or cared about.  I was just wondering if her bandana was low enough to hide her eyebrows and at one point decided that it was. It was probably just to get out of painting eyebrows. I dread eyebrows these days more than I do painting eyes.

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