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    Doberman

    Hi another painting i hope you like this
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    Another Dog with name Luna

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    Last edited by sabena; 1 Week Ago at 09:43 AM.
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    Thank you Kenmo
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    WOW! What a style and such fully expressive canine eyes kept in Your original style!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Thank you Caesar, I try to paint with the oil palette but I can't, I prefer this more modern and loose air:rolar os olhos:
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    Cute little rascals. I like the fragmenting in the first one. Gives it an interesting distinction from the designer/artist.
    The second one is also very charming in that he looks quite lovable. Nice Sabena.

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    Patifes fofinhos. Eu gosto da fragmentação no primeiro. Dá uma distinção interessante do designer / artista.
    O segundo é tão charmoso por parecer adorável. Sabena agradável.
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    Thank you Yes the first is more fractal and the second is more loose air.
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    Impresionante... Buenìsimo, me quedè sin palabras al ver tu pintura.
    Regards from Chile
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