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  1. #1001
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    Hi having looked at your painting Senor docteur Lima when woke this

    morning grabed the ipad to have ago at the eye's, got a fright so

    packed in as it was either an egale or the reaper looking at me :eek

    ................----E/S
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    Hey 80 before comenting this last work, I want to say that your work is basicaly fantastic. As I said before... I learn a lot going through all your drawings. Amazing...

    So you dreamed of Cornelis eyes? Hmmm Well done Sir... I like very much the painting... and whoooo?

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    hello Senor Docteur Lima the Legs not to bad but feel if there getting

    hard have to wear 2 pair of socks in bed to keep the feet warm .

    was going to copy your painting as that's the style I like but got

    carried away in black and white might have a go in colour later ok

    .........................----E/S ow I forgot to say Thank's
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  4. #1004
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    It's actually a very fine drawing in its own right. It reminds me of Dutch van art --

    Van Der Geest by Van Gogh en Van Dyke.

    Der I say Van-Tastic, ja?

    Really is pretty spiffy, my der fellow. . .
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Yavol mien Herr das is goot. Danke. Danke Danke.

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    the changing face of fashion
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    Hi did go out so here's today's 1st of 5 ok
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    that's the lot ok ----E/S
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    hi Senor Docteur Lima Thanks You've made me have a bash still having

    trouble with the colours but I enjoyed the effort thanks again
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    Love the celebration of the necklines. . . a full course menu from soup to nuts. . . between this and the Mycenaean lass in the earlier page.

    I'll leave off my Van Dyke painting comment until Dr. Lima replies since he's the one that got you going with this. I want to hear what he has to say as well, unconditioned by my comment. I too learn from this stuff.

    As to the drawings, I love them. I particularly like the gent in Post #1011. Perfect information you included to both get a character and likeness to it. I mean its as if you're describing the man inside and out. Similar with many of the other sketches for different reasons. But that one is particularly razored down to the essence, but still full feeling. And that's a trick I admire greatly. Love the line.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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