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Thread: Wet Feet

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    Wet Feet

    OR Foot prints. Peter is right-sometimes the hardest part about your painting is naming it.

    Another fun repetitive piece, but I thought it was cute. I think I will add it to the textile thread. I think it would be cute on a beach towel or beach tote.
    What do you mates think?
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    I think it would be perfect on anything for the beach or around the pool. Has that summer fun, relaxin thing about it. Good job Sandra.
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    Thanks Mike!
    You know, this was something I was drawing while I was on the phone. Just doodling away! The effects in this software are just fantastic.

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    I like this a lot very cheerful, gives you that happy feeling and makes you want to take off to the beach......nice work Sandra

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    It's a bathroom mat, designed for a young lad who loves the beach theme!

    Cute stuff!

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    Hi Alex nice and colourful do u use that sticker thing for the feet

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    You must have got a wonderfully colored muddy playground in Your garden, dear Sandra .... but now Your floor needs to be washed once more ... Tell people to use the felt pad when getting in, at least ....
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Dear Pat, Thank you, and what a happy thought!

    Magen
    , Thank you, great idea!

    eighty+,
    No I don't know how to do that yet. Another sit down and try thing soon. I started the circle thing with watercolor low thinner while I was talking, and kept going with another layer doing the CGT also known as Cesare Glaze technique...and then I kept going until the conversation was over-haha.

    Oh Cesare....the story of my life! Please...no more mopping.

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    Great fun, it would be perfect in a beach bag.

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