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  1. #11
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    Very pretty Cesare I like this very much
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    A white rose is more colorful than we may expect, dear Sandra.
    I'm glad You like this single specimen I taped on the roughly framed plate in here ... Thank You!

    I envy Your precise and neat works, dear Rick, so I'm pleased You like the slightly fuzzy aspect of this flower I had to paint with the mouse. Thank You!

    My dear Javier, You're a sensitive soul who loves ladies and flowers You would offer them, as far as I understand from Your comments. I believe we share this joyful attitude, my Latin friend! Thank You!

    ... would this mean we expect to see soon some new tattoo then, dear Amanda? Just joking! I recently reviewed a funny Halloween painting that You possibly remember of ... Thank you!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Very nice work Caesar.

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    Wonderful Caesar, the flower is beautifully done, love the shadows in the petals and the stalk details. Also really love the coloured diagonal framing of the piece
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    Thank You,dear SCP. Sometimes I get unexpectedly floreal ...

    Glad You like it, dear Jean. Thanks.

    As I said before, dear Juz, notwithstanding it was just another experiment, i didn't want to present an utterly conventional painting of a rose, so I had to invent some concurring side effects ... Thank You!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    i really like this one you did with oil and paint tubes. especially how you did the stem and how you frame this with tape. very creative piece.

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    Thank You, dear Pai! The tape is quite simple to simulate. High pressure mid thinned roller ...
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

  9. #19
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    An excellent rendering of the flower Caesar and I like the unusual way you placed it with the sticky tape.

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    this will get a few return visits. very well done. tape, skewed borders. very interesting.

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