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Old February 13th, 2018, 09:31 AM
charlotte thompson charlotte thompson is offline
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Now keep in mind every individual piece of art is done with an individual shading monochrome I most work in. It is like cooking I guess you could say. Each touch of ingredient is different in size and placements. So you have to learn your own way cooking more or less. There were 2 more parts included in this but could not find the files . I have more than 5 thousand to go through but you get the gist here. I must tell you though it could be a good starting point of education in this however showing you would be so much better!

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