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Thread: Spring Will Come Again OR Goldberry

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    Thank you for your kind comments dear Neal. I wish that I had saved her original face, but most of the time I get carried away. I don't think I am finished with this one. For some reason I see so many things that I can add.

    Thank you dear Katie. A favorite scene to think of from a favorite story. I appreciate that dear friend.

    Many kind thanks dear Silvy!

    What a beautiful comment, thank you dear Cesare.

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    Stunning dear Sandy
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    Alexandra... a beautiful "SPRING" goddess I like the round bubbles and vines and roots and colors... really a great image

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    Simply beautiful Alexandra
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    This is a wonderful painting. My first impression was watery. Bubbles and flowing seaweed. Thought she might be a mermaid.
    Letha

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    Just wonderfully done Sandy.
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    This is fantastic Sandy! The stylized look of this really grabbed me! It reminds me of artwork you may see on a package of celestial tea or coffee. Fantastic work (love how you designed the hair)!
    "The significance is hiding in the insignificant. Appreciate everything."
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    I am so flattered that you liked it Eddie, thanks so much. I had fun mixing so many of the tools. Oil with water, crayon with pencil...glooping-you name it. I think it is there.haha.

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