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Cerise wants to be a Nasty Gal

(Cerise 9 x 12 watercolor)

Before disconnecting the major artery to the internet last night, via my tired laptop, I checked my email and there it was... an opportunity to be one of fifteen featured in Nasty Gals' first magazine! I have no idea if they'll even consider my artwork, but I took a chance because this little pink-haired girl wants to be nasty! 

Please show her some #supernasty love on instagram!!


Dilan Dilir said…
it´s really beautiful,well done!
Yes! I think its a perfect fit!!!!
Alex said…
Wow, I love the 2nd pic close-up!
Alina Anghel said…
amazing drawing! xx
Blicious said…

JillianT said…
Very pretty and I think its perfect for the Nasty Girl Mag!
~ Jillian

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