I want to know so I can suggest accordingly. Jose-Ramiro Hobbyist Traditional Artist. Thanks for understanding. I do a monthly raffle with a journal that I'll try to post this Sunday night; if you're among the first 50 commenters, you enter the raffle, and I randomly select 5 commenters to make a pic each. I also do birthday requests if you ask for it 2 months ahead of time.
I usually portray her as a defense attorney, but there's some pics with her as a prosecutor. So she can fit either role depending on the requests.
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