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    Misty Pond

    I think I achieved a water colour look with pastel stickers.

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    June.

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    It is lovely

    Soft and very painterly. Nice effects!

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    Came in the back way, eh? Well it couldn't be nicer. Does have some watercolor qualities. I've no used it enough to know all the looks that the watercolor tool has to offer, but this definitely feels like a wet technique rather that the dry a pastel would bring.

    Very cool, Enug!

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    What a fine, moody scene!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    very nicely done June, certainly has that watercolor look and appeal..:

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    Thank you Marilyn Anne, DA, Caesar and Gary for looking and liking.
    June.

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    Beautiful June. I love the scene you've created

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    Beautiful June. I love the scene you've created

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    It's a very realistic scenary, June .. and the grass so well painted adds reality to it! Well done!

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    What a delightful and tranquil scene, well done Enug
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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