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    putting myself out there.

    putting myself out there.

    putting myself out there.

    i know the "angel" doesnt really have hands but this was the version i had at the time of scanning, she now has hands. and I need to ink and color still.
    any crits would be greatly appreciated.
    woo!


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    they eyes look like they get misaligned sometimes, which looks a bit odd. its good to see you post some more, keep em coming.
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    thanks for the info. anything else though?
    woo!

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    I know the angel is on tiptoes, and the feet look great, by the way... But is the canadian woman's feet on tiptoes? It looks like it, but doesn't look like it should be. I don't know. Just curious
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    the canadian woman's feet are supposed to be frontal views , but now that i loook at it they do look like tippy toes. i'll fix that.
    woo!

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