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Delving deeper and more intensely into detailed watercolor. This piece took about three hours.

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Bella Harris said…
omg thank you so much!
Julie said…
Absolutely beautiful!!! I love it! The detail is fantastic... I can never get that kind of detail out of watercolors. I just started trying them recently, I normally use acrylic. =)

Julie
http://julies-thisandthat.blogspot.com/
Bella Harris said…
Thank you!!!! I started practicing about a week ago, and having never used watercolor or acrylic, it feels slightly foreign.... such a difference from oil! xoxo
ohh! i like it! *__*
Alana Kate. said…
Amazing yet again!!
Cosmas said…
I totally love it!
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