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Thread: Grandfather of the Russian folk tale "Turnip".

  1. #11
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    What a delightful chap he is, wonderful painting once again
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Bravo! I think I know this guy! Hahahaha.
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    Great character
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    Finely done. Great job on this. If he keeps watering you never know what may turnip.
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    screenpainter
    Wow! An interesting poster! From the hot era!

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    Lol.

    @Vladislav
    I suppose the story is much older than the era. isn't it?

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    Likely pre-Christian era, pagan :-)

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