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    I bring this work named Da Nao Tian Gong,
    it shows a normal performing artist of Beijing opera who is painting face before his performance in the backstage.
    The last step is tracing over the golden eyes. Hope you all like it !

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    Speechless.
    Amazing work.
    Congratulations on the toprow. (eh, we have to wait just a bit, I guess so)
    Everything is wonderfully done. But, the hand... this hand, WOW.

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    Epic!
    Incredible sculpt and render. Pure inspiration...
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    amazing awesome pose and sculpt

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    Outstanding work, I really love his facial expression too...I fear I often pull these odd faces when I apply my make up in the morning as well!

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    Brilliant beyond words! Kudos! Needless to say but I will anyway …TOP ROW! Bravo!
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    awesome work!

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    This is just great, real perfection

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    Great Expression & Sculpt .

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    that's excellent!

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    This came out fantastic, I really enjoy it.
    I'd like to know how you achieved the final illustration.
    Did you polypaint and paintover the renders?
    Great piece, I look forward to seeing more of you work.

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    Great sculpt.....really like the story and the imagination congreats to the top Row(when you hit it:-)

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    This is incredibly well done, and very refreshing to see. Thanks for sharing!

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    the fact that you've sculpted a "reflection" makes this piece even more awe inspiring..wicked..!!
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