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Week of These pictures of the different animals are all very unique and different. I love how the lines twirl and wisp on the paper. Those lines help the animal come to life on the page. Drawings by Katy Lipscomb

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So much here to look at: a beautiful girl with galaxy hair (hey look, pink, purple, and blue!) who is showing raw emotion. Such beauty.

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~"Oignons" - Joel Simon, watercolour {step-by-step demonstration of onions still-life food painting} joel-simon.

Bébé éléphant Art peinture aquarelle Baby Boy pépinière par ValrArt

Baby Elephant Art, Watercolor Painting, Baby Boy Nursery Decor, Girl, Elephant Print, Wall art, baby Gift ideas, Animal Prints Watercolour

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Nice touch with the gentle blending of greens here. The pickets set it off with a solid foundation to separate fore, middle, and background. And really, what would we do without the green pallete? Tempted to try somethong similar in acrylic.

Ao Haru Ride / Blue Spring Ride - Kou and Futaba

Ao Haru Ride / Blue Spring Ride - Kou and Futaba Your engles are so small _no they aren't they're of the normal size

Peinture noir au mur ...

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Guzenko Pavel Petrovich was born in 1977. Now lives in Kiev. He studied at art school Korosten, then graduated the Republican Art High School. About five years worked as a designer, and from 2006 till now paints oil paintings. The works of Pavel are very colorful, peculiar, they do not convey the precise shape and color. He holds a master of abstract transfering and color saturation, thereby creating a visual impression, and his vision of painting as a whole.

Pavel Guzenko "They say that the human hand is the hardest thing to draw. While it may very well be true, it's the eyes that draw my attention the most. Ukrainian artist Pavel Guzenko manages to capture the glimmering gaze of the human eye with his impres

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