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Painted this lovely lady during a local mini-con and painting event early this year (pre-covid).  I tried for different colors of skin on her various parts, and a slinky satin fabric for her dress. 

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She is checking out a new crypt I did as part of the "craft paint" challenge this spring. 

 

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I agree, since she's made of different body parts retrieved from different ...specimens...it makes it more believable.

Good call and great job!

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