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That is the saddest thing ...Najtužnije je....






" That is the saddest thing when you lose someone you love- that person keeps changing. And later you wonder. Is it the same person I  lost? Maybe you lost more, maybe less, there are thousand things that come from imagination and you don't know which is which, which was true, which is false". Amy Tan, The Kitchen God's Wife


" Kad izgubiš nekoga koga ljubiš, najtužnije je baš to što se ta osoba stalno mijenja. Kasnije se zato pitaš: je li to ista ona osoba koju sam izgubila? Možda si izgubila više, možda manje, deset je tisuća stvari koje ti naviru iz pamćenja ili mašte- a ti ne znaš što je što, što je istinito, a što lažno." Amy Tan, Žena boga kuhinje

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  1. It's incredible how you give at your paintings.. a soul. That eyes, so sad and sweet, so painful but in a melancholy manner... you're amazing dear.. :* Lots of love and a big big hug. It's beautiful <3 <3

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  2. piekny auto-portret! :)

    http://lamodalena.blogspot.com/

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  3. Beautifully captured! I can sense her pain, you've done wonders as the artist! Brava! Thank you for taking the time to swing by love, hope to see you back soon!

    xo-Julie
    Peace. Love. LOL!

    Haute Khuuture Blog

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  4. Hvala ti na lijepim rijecima za rodjendan. Da, bio je jucer... hvala od srca!
    Citat je divan... mocan, emotivan i tako istinit. Ilustracija je takodjer takva. Jako si realisticno prikazala neizmjernu tugu u njenim ocima...

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  5. Baš si uspjela prenijeti taj osjećaj tuge i gubitka u očima, divno.

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  6. Mislim da nisi mogla bolje da ilustruješ tugu iz citata. Ipak, nadam se samo da je tu u umetničke svrhe ;)

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  7. Belle sia la citazione che l'illustrazione!


    Style details: steal her idea lb-lc fashion blog

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  8. Bellissima illustrazione, hai riprodotto perfettamente le emozioni che hai descritto con quella citazione! :)
    Baci!
    S
    http://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.it

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  9. The words and your drawing... complete each other!

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  10. New illustration! Cool as ever!
    http://fetish-tokyo.blogspot.com/

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  11. Oh, so true! Amy Tan is so wise, as already mentioned, I love her books, too, And for sure the drawing you show today, which fits perfect to the sentences you wrote below.

    xx from Germany/Bavaria, Rena

    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  12. Great illustration, you can see the emotion in your drawing well.
    /Madison
    Sieht sehr lecker!
    lg,
    Madison :)
    Seasoned Versatility // Berlin Style

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  13. Credo sia qualcosa a cui si può rispondere solo con il tempo. Il tuo disegno è bellissimo, gli occhi rispecchiano bene quelle parole. Buona serata Ivana!

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  14. oh, sometimes we really expect too much from the people around us, so when they come short of our expectations we feel ourselves deeply unhappy and betrayed. But the truth is that we have just overreached ourselves. That is so right that a lot of things are just coming from our imagination, and we can't really claim to be objective.
    That painting looks so sad and sorrowful, probably it corresponds to your state of mind. In this case I just hope that things will sort themselves and the skies will clear for you, dear Ivana. God bless you, take care!

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    1. that is very true...sometimes it is hard to separate what is real and what is the product of our imagination.

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  15. beautiful! love the drawing too. xx. gigi. www.gigikkitchen.com

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  16. Te has cansado de vistas dinámicas? A mi me sucedió lo mismo...le das vida a tus dibujos! Enhorabuena!!
    Besos

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  17. Beautiful...I love how the eyes/face convey the words

    http://thelittlebigobsession.blogspot.co.uk

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