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    Re: New artwork for critique

    I think the reason I'm finding it so eye catching is because the rest of her looks made up of lighting, and the pearls look like solid objects. But as we have all said, it is looking very good thus far. Keep it up.

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    Re: New artwork for critique

    Quote Originally Posted by simonc
    Perhaps I could aim for a a 50/50 compromise
    And so it begins.........unbelievable.

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    Re: New artwork for critique

    Quote Originally Posted by sprucemagoo1 View Post

    Liz is short for Elizabeth, which is the name of the Queen, of which she is the second. I neither call her this out of affection or hate, as I like to stay as indifferent with the British/ German Royal Family as possible.
    Uhnm, yes, I knew both those things; just wondering about possible terms of endearment. And as far as being born into power, just remember how long into history this extends. Luckily England is no more a feudal nation, though sometimes it seems like our efforts to be less than just that are futile. So Liz and her family are throwbacks.
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