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Rusalka (oil paints)/ (uljane boje)

Rusalka
uljane boje na papiru



oil paints on paper




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  1. Love these oil paints, especially the blue lips are fascinating me! I think that you have chosen this colour includes a message for you ...

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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    1. the colours are consistent with descriptions of Rusalka in slavic lore. They're fairies or spirits (there are different versions) and they are believed to dwell in water (lakes, rivers etc)...their hair is usually described as green and perpetually wet. So, the blue lips represent their connection to the water.

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    2. Oh, thanks a lot for this interesting and helpful description, dear Ivana!

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  2. Wow...it pic super amazing...thx for sharing honey...:-)

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  3. Creative <33

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  4. Oil paint!! This is awesome Ivana.

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  5. Stvarno sve vise odusevljavas :)

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  6. This is gorgeous doll, always love your work :) xx

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  7. Sinoć sam sanjala da imam plave usne i evo tvog crteža :) Divna kombinacija boja i ta neka zamišljenost u pogledu...

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  8. Svako si sam zamisli neki lik kad čita ili čuje nešta, ali sa ovakim bojama bi i ja si zamislila Rusalku ;) xx Maja

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  9. so cute draw Ivana!!! :*
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  10. Beautiful!

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  11. Che belli i colori di questa illustrazione!
    Le labbra blu sono molto particolari ma affascinanti! :D
    Baci!
    S
    http://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.it

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  12. Bella, anche a me piacciono molto le labbra blu!

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  13. Grate I love it!
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  14. Stai realizzando tanti capolavori Ivana, complimenti!
    Baci,
    Coco
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  15. che meraviglia, sei bravissima!


    buona giornata
    passa a trovarmi, nuovo outfit, vorrei sapere cosa ne pensi
    Style shouts

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  16. E' davvero molto bello, sei bravissima Ivana!

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  17. Cute rusalka, Ivana! Have a great end of this week :-)

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  18. This drawing is magical, believe me!

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    1. thank you dear Alexandra, I really appreciate you saying that:)

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  19. Super su mi boje, i stavrno sve više i više napreduješ u svojim radovima.

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