Lori

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T. Smith

Um, she's kind of...my "real me" I guess, except I don't wear skirts like that or one-legged pants. Actually, I have a lot of different interpretations of me, and have yet to find one completely accurate depiction of "me" that I'm really satisfied with. I handrew this and then coloured her in Adobe. She's only here because I currently can't find anything else to put up here (that's on the computer) and I wanna get all of this "published" etc...I need to scan more of my stuff in...so, here we are. So...yeah. Enjoy.


Published More than a year ago

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