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one of my best paintings for now! ^^ i was sooo proud when i finished it!
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Lilium one of my best paintings for now! ^^ i was sooo proud when i finished it!
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Def Character 2007-10-22 15:18:23 Welcome aboard twisted lilium^^ a bit more skull at the back of the head, level the connectionpoints of the wings. But your colouring sure has potential ^^d keep it up !
Andalyn Van Hellsing 2007-10-23 10:39:52 Wow, I like the dress! And nice to see red wings instead of white or black.
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