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    Hi Gleadis,welcome to the forum..This is amazing. :P :P :P :P :P

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    I'm not exactly sure when I started it--some time in May or June, I think. I worked on it on and off since then. It's been a fun pass-time.

    Thanks everyone for the suggestions. Here's a quick version with brighter faces. I cheated and used Photoshop to do the brightening.

    As a pointless excercise, try counting the number of Mickey heads. As long as you're going to add detail to a picture, might as well add Easter Eggs
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    That is some fantastic work. Here's a link to the reference you mentioned.
    http://www.revilo-oliver.com/Kevin-S...t/accolade.htm
    Cool idea to make it humorous. You did an amazing job to make it your own.

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    I understood it's painfully long, but the results are super, amazing in some details (draping, jewels..). 8)
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Wonderful picture

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    I love the painting look in a cartoon genre..good job..

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    I Love Minnies Dress!!! Keep Up The Good Work!!

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    Wow... Disney could not have done it better

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    A very good painting, indeed !!

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    Minnie's face is a bit skewed. Check it with some redlining; it's basically a sphere with a nose attached, so the eyes must follow the curve of the sphere. Here they don't. And the nose is too far to the right.

    Just a few minor tweaks can fix it, nothing big.

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