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Thread: Lussureggiante lussuria - Luxuriant sight

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    Lussureggiante lussuria - Luxuriant sight

    A speedy painting excercise of a quite enticing pose drawing ... I stopped at this rough sketching level where all the main features are already visible for comments.
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    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Great colours and pose on your buxom lass, Caesar

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    wow rich textures in the background and I love the fluid lines in the legs and the build up, I think the brush is giving your natural hand movements a greater naturalness over the beloved mouse, who seems to be gratefully retired as well .. Seriously though this is quite the painting!.

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    Ah, the Spring Queen is on her throne. Very nice, Caesar, and a warm welcome to warmer weather. I agree with JustJean. She looks like she could suckle all the flowery meadows in the land.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Great idea for spring. I love the colours and the pose.

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    Thank you, dear Jean. Spring is the season of flower blooming and also of lovemaking for most animals and many humans feeling invigorated thrills and tingles as well. Beauty and excitement join in a whole.

    Thank You, dear Gary! My mouse is chasing his love-mates in spring, so I go with the brush now. LOL Actually I sadly get often enough a successful sketching, but going opn and finishing is where I eventually find, in several cases, my Achilles' heel ...

    Well, dear D Akey, spring is certainly something we should tribute a thanksgiving to and representing such a blessed period this way makes us be grateful to the sacred and divine dwelling in our heart in the gentle and passionate form of fertile and productive love we may feel for our mothe or our lover. Just the opposite of the destructive dark side of religious fanatism, of ISIS, You may also similarly read Iblis (the arabian name for the devil), just to refer to one of the most contemptible, contingent calamity. Thank You.

    Actually spring started here in Rome since few weeks ago weather-wise, apart from some short and harmless interruptions, dear Vandra, but now we're fully in a natural symphony and all seem even more colorful and beautiful, including the young boys and the girls and the people in general. Good atmosphere for a visual ode. Thank you!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Love it Cesare, great colours and super painting
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    I love the texture. Great work.

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    Hi Katie! Winter's definitely up then! Glad You popped out like flowers in springtime. We may enjoy once again all the colorful marvel of Your creations and of Your smiling personality! Thank You!

    Thank You, dear Hebron! I really appreciate Your positive comment!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Caesar, this is so good, the textures are wonderful and all the colors, and posed perfectly, I really like the dark in the painting as it brings out all those great colors you used, super job

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