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    Red face New!!!

    Hello everyone,

    in this topic I'll put my finished works made in traditional&digital way.
    Most of my watercolor pictures were made on 300g/m2 Canson paper. Usually it is Montwal or Fontenay.

    Hope you like it

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    Pathology.... sad but true....
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    Nice
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    Smile

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    I'm actually frightened by the lady in the bed.... Please, no! Nice work!
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    interesting stile, keep experimenting
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    the woman on the bed ... well ... but the pathology piece made me killing myself by laughing

    agree with padrè: nice style
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    New!!!
    Painter.
    Done with one brush.
    Theatrical poster.
    Hope you like it...
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    Holy crap on a stick! That's really awesome! really enjoying looking at them, thanks for sharing and keep posting.
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    New!!!
    new one
    watercolor on canson paper 300g/m2
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    well done sir!
    I love working in watercolor and you handel the medium very very well.
    Your first piece reminds me of upstate new york......new york does have hillbillies, i know, its crazy!

    slainte!
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    New!!!
    watercolor and newspaper
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    I've given you some stars, purely because these made me smile. The humour is great, my fave is the woman sprawled on the bed with the handcuffs, made me laugh!

    I love the cat too, he's awsome. Please post some more! Oh and I've seen our sketchbook too, some really great work...keep it up!!

    Cx
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