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    Oh Mash, that is so wonderful. I do not have an artistic bone in my body, can barely draw a stick figure and mum was a talented local artist...sighhhhhhhhh.

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    Anne! You're such a babe! Not what I was expecting at all!

    ...That came out all wrong.

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    That painting looks lovely Anne even though it's a bit hard to see lol. I love the little easel, might have to get one of those, I only have a big one (it was mum's originally) and it's a pain having to stand up, even sitting on a stool in front of it is a pain.

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    Gees Anne, artistic and beautiful, will have to seriously rethink liking you, lol.

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    Anne you are just full of surprises.

    Life is like a box of chocolates...You never know what you're gunna get. (Totally untrue in the era of children allergic to peanuts, dairy, gluten, air etc, but still you get my point.)

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    Yea, I only paint at art lessons. I'm never 'in the mood' at home which is crap. Once Dora is older and can stop moving every second, I'll have a go at painting her.
    Anne, dont get rid of the last photo! You look great!

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    Or you could try painting Dora in action, that would really test your skills wouldn't it?

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    Dis, Im not THAT good. My art teacher says I'm hopeless at painting 'the whole' cos I usually start painting something then add details to a feature and work from there. So pretty sure I'll get stuck painting Dora's head and when she moves I'll have to start all over again

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    Don't doubt your capabilities girly.

    Btw that image made me laugh

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    I am SO embarrissed to post these after Masha and Kassie's stunning work !

    I did this, umm. Years ago? I cant remember. It is our old dog. Kiezer, whom was a Rottweiler. We got him when I was born and I grew up with him. He died in 2006. I miss him!



    Did this few days ago, crappy photo, no shading and I didnt even rub out the wrong lines xD



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