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    Red Riding Hood

    I have experienced a dry spell the last few days, so I traced my face-haha looks nothing like me, but it gave me a guide line and some fun. I hope you like red riding hood.
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    I suspect that the wolf who crosses this one will have stepped in the deep stuff.

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    Dear Sandra, as You probably already know and experienced, stay away from the wood depths, keep Your way along the path and don't trust possible wolves .... I think that this was a quite inspired painting instead and it's curious to see that Red Riding Hood is halfway to change into Robin Hood ...
    Last, but not least, this painting is a well done one!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Love the way you did your hair. And my husband just looked over at my computer and said "Wow! Who is THAT!" Down boy!!!

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    Excellently done.... definitely one of the AR Models...........
    The artist is the lover of Nature, therefore he is her slave and her master. - Rabindranth Tagore

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    Truly beautiful Sandy
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    Beautiful painting Sandra, I like it a lot...but I have to ask...why did you choose to mask the eyes?
    Try to see as many angles of vision as possible...no single one of us has a "handle" on the whole picture.

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    Obviously, this is not the "little" Red Riding Hood from the fairy tales.... Must be her slightly older and considerably more sizzling sister...

    Well done Sandra. I love it!
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    Umm...I dare you Mr. Wolf!!!

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    Hey Doc, I think you are right! A little wand and fairy dust ready for action just right under the cloak maybe!

    Cesare, I think you are right! This is Red Riding Robina Hood! Thanks!

    Mac, Thanks so much! She was fun. My hats off to the creator of the hairbrush-I remember where I would usually go into corel and use the oil knife on fine to do that.

    Wenkat...as I made this I thought, wow-plastic surgery, twenty years off, chubby cheeks gone, just like that..wow!

    Thanks dear Amanda. Your avatar from the earlier ones was my inspiration. I had always admired it, and last night I gave it a try. Not even close to your skill, but it was fun trying. Thanks dear friend!

    Hi Steve, Thanks! I loved Mannafigs mask on her older avatar so much, I wanted to give it a try. I will probably keep tinkering with it over time.

    Haha Mike, I think you are right. She doesn't look to scared does she?

    Jas, I agree-the wolf is probably her pet.

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