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Jul 04, 2018


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Lindsay Mitchell

The walls almost radiate light. That must be, at least in part, the effect of "going wild " with cobalt blue?

Sometimes your figures have a see-through quality. Either because they are of themselves painted transparently or because earlier wash shows through. I like it.

I've got my mid-eighties Dad watching your Youtube demos and thoroughly enjoying them. I might yet get him to give painting a go.

Thank you for your gorgeous work.

Tim Wilmot

I will put some shoulder pads on my figures for your Dad!

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