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    Mar 2007
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    It has been almost 2 years since i've been here. I got really demotivated to post here because of all the awesome people I was following and were leaving because of the changes at this webplace.
    I started my study Psychology which has NOTHING to do with art and consumed all my free time. I'm in my third year now and am taking a break because of almost reached burnout.

    But here I am again, feeling guilty for not drawing and painting for so long... it really made me sad.
    Also, my boyfriend kicked me in the butt fornot being a professional (that's what I want to became some day) and made me feel even worse about not doing enough drawing and research.

    Here are some things I made since my last update here.

    This is a portrait of my love
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    Study of one of Mucha's artworks. Indian ink pen and watercolour
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    This selfportrait is based on Mucha's work 'Ivy', indian ink pen and watercolour.
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    This is an oilpainting i've been working on for quite some time. Have a lot of layers done already, I think this is the 6th or so.
    It's based on the work of Marta Dahlig 'the Oracle' which is a digital painting.
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    I have a break from my study for a year so there will be a lot of updates from now on.

    Last edited by Marlisa; March 28th, 2013 at 12:22 PM.
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