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Lisa - you should be extremely proud - when I first saw your photos the other day I thought they were the sample the tutor had shown - then I realised they were yours - way to go you clever thing!!
Lisa,You are a girl with hidden talents!
Wow...you've got a gift for painting! These are amazing. I can see a pictorial art quilt in your future.
OK, I don't care how great the technique is, you still have to know where to put the brush - and you do! I struggle at stick figures. I first thought yesterday's paintings were the tutor's samples, too!
wow, girl YOU can paint like a pro! if you have one of these for sale.... I bet they are gone in a snippie!hugs from the Netherlands and a happy IDPD day!Winda aka DutchQ aka (*ü*)
YOWZA! You go girl!I never thought I could paint, or would want to for that matter, until I painted the pictures for our County's 100th anniversary quilt. The problem I have now is that I don;t want to stop painting !
Amazing clever girl!!! Can you put up soem 'before' pics too so we can see what you were like t5hen?They are lovely paintings, he mnsut be agood teacher to be able to teach pple so well (tho he DID have great artistic materiual to start with I know!).xxxx
Lisa, I have taken oil painting classes and it is hard hard hard! Your work is exceptional and I admire your easy hand -- quite an accomplishment!
I can't believe you have done such a phenomenal job so quickly.... way, totally cool! Keep on doin' it!Cheers, Sarah
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