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Stunning! (Wherever did you find all that black lace?)
I can't wait that long....... (taps fingers on desk.........)Beautiful work, just beautiful.
Quite amazing! You are so clever!Pomona x
Wow! This is amazing and so clever. Looking forward to Monday.
Wow Gina - that is a stunning piece of work! Can't wait to see the next bit :o)x
Wow this is fab!!!
This all looks too intriguing, I can tell I need to do some back-reading as I haven't a clue what's going on here ..
This is really something! Fantastic.
This is superb - I love the way you have modelled the figure with stitched shading. Despite the fact she is texting, she takes me back to the 60s/70s when a lace or crocheted trouser suite would have been a fab outfit!
it's great - I especially like the way you have built up the layers for shading.
WOW! That is just fabulous.
Wow, brilliant Gina!Vivienne x
These are brilliant.Like holograms. Glad you are getting back to creativity .Oh! your verification word is lovely: diibedip!
Oh WOW! Little, she was gorgeous, life-size? Stunning.
she has so much delicate substance - brill!
That's superb! It would look so good in a public space or an office foyer.Celiax
I cannot wait to see the finished pieces in place!
She looks fantastic, Gina. Really striking - and as Jill says very '60s
Oh wow - looking forward to seeing the finished pieces
These are just getting better and better !
Was going to write Wow,but then I ready some other comments and they said wow,but decided that that is what was needed so WOW from me.
stunning Gina. I imagine it can't be easy to stitch on that fabric. so clever!
That's what it needed Gina. Life size is amazing and I so agree with Gill about the 60's look and feel. Roll on Monday!
Gina,As far as I'm concerned, everything you do is 'life sized'. What industry you posess! Lesley
Amazing Gina - I love that it's sheer and the use of lace is inspired.
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