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  • Mask tells no lies

    Easiest way to know you're doing good job "carving", shaping,shading or DNBining, whatever you want to call it is to take a look at your mask. If masks looks nothing like the person in the image, neither will results.

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    Re: Mask tells no lies

    Good tip Skoobey!


    • #3
      Re: Mask tells no lies

      Spot on!



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