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    Katie, that's beautiful, humerus and whimsical. Terrific take - I love it.
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    I really like it. Those flowers like fairy dust twinkling in a fairyland.

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    Reminds me of a storybook of some sort. This is awesome Katie
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    Thanks so much Byron, I must admit that I did enjoy doing this one as I never knew where it was leading me.
    Thanks Pai and Evart, as always you are very kind
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    Quote Originally Posted by coops View Post
    Thanks so much Byron, I must admit that I did enjoy doing this one as I never knew where it was leading me.
    Yes - old gloopy has that quality of making you follow it where it wants to go. One thing just seems to lead to another and where you're going isn't clear until you get there. But like this painting, once you get there you sort of stop, look around and go "wow, this is a pretty neat place". I really do quite like where you ended up here.
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    Thanks Byron and yes it really takes you where you have never been before. I love gloopy
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    That does look like fun.

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    It was fun Robert, thanks for looking
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    somehow I have this strange affinity with the gloop tool. And the community is growing. I get excited when I see it being used. Fantastic Katie.

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    Thank you dear GZ, I am really enjoying the gloop lol
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