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Just a few shots around the art studio... Happy Wednesday.

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Closet Cravings said…
Love the one with the girl drinking a coke. =)

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moonstyle said…
i really like your blog :)
You can tell is an art studio..cause its oozing inspiration!

xx
Andy
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miamanson said…
wawwww your sketch is realist :) nice! very talented! :D
Alex said…
Love these! Especially the Meemerz kitten picture! ;D Always inspiring to see the girlfriend workspace. Peacock feathers look awesome, too.
Anonymous said…
so much to love!
alex said…
that pen/pencil holder is probably the coolest thing i've seen all day. great lighting eh? i can see how you're inspired. great space.
julis said…
i adore the girl drinking coca cola! absolutly my favourite!

kisses juli
zuzilichious said…
I love the coca-cola picture:D:) It´s so lovely!
xx zuzilichious
Jan said…
Wow that looks great!
Especially that heel is awesome!

Jessica said…
Beautiful work, Bella! Love that red hair and the framed piece with the girl in the geek glasses. You're so talented! <3
Becky said…
Beautiful work, very lovely
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Zahara said…
wow, you are talented!
adore these drawings!

xx
Z
Henry said…
sooo talented!
Stephanie said…
these are amazing! you're such a talented artist/designer

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BLACKIVORY said…
very beautiful..
I love yr blog :)
kiss

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Those are all really great! Totally fallen in love with them.
Best wishes ♫

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