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  1. #11
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    Wonderful work! Super!
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    Wonderful work these two look adorable.

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    Excellent. Oriane. Beautifully done. I like the close up insert

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    Thank You for the tutorial and for sharing such a marve, dear Oriane. I'll certainly make the experiment as soon as I have some time among my couple of sketchy WIPs ...
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    love it.................

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    Wowwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww...
    I feel like a kid again... mommy i am not dirty.... not at alll this time..... gosh... i cannot breath just for pure excitment ....o...thank you dearest, sweatest Oriane.........millions times thank you and one gentle , friendly hug for all the time you spent on us... just to make us happy.... your efforts will be always appreciated.....

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    Terrific Oriane. I posted my longer comment in the tutorial, which is a terrific gift. Splendid work.
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    Thanks to all of you. I thoroughly enjoyed your comments.

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    This painting style adds so much more drama and emotion to the painting, Oriane! I love your subject matter with two children playing in the sand where one can relate so easily with it! This painting is not only charming but just so beautifully painted!

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    Very beautiful painting. That's very great effect and tutorial.

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