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oil painting (before and after) / ulje na platnu (prije i kasnije)







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This oil painting of mine seems to have a life of its own. Is it finally finished? I haven't got a clue.

Ovo moje ulje na platnu ima neki svoj život. Je li konačno dovršena ova slika? Nemam pojma.

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  1. Baš fora...Ja bih rekla da je dovršena :)

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  2. Beautiful painting!
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  3. Che bello, Ivana! Complimenti. Caterina www.imieioutfit.blogspot.com

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  4. wonderful painting! :)

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  5. Gorgeous !!! you painting lovely babe :)

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  6. nice picture

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  7. Amazing! Thank you so much for sharing))

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  8. Beautiful pictures!
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  9. Baš te idu lica :) Čini mi se dovršenom

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  10. i love the face of that lady and the color you choose.
    xxx
    mari
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  11. Dear Ivana, your art is living! And I think especially this fact is essential. For me your art (which I always like so much and also in this case I like both versions) is a mirror and an expression about what in your life and soul is happening. And therefore I'm not astonished that you can't say if a picture is finished or not as you are in the prime of life <3 Happy 3rd Advent!

    xx from Germany/Bavaria, Rena
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  12. Hello Ivana, I really like your picture! I really feel the soul in it!

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  13. For me - it's finished. Great hair, love it!!!!

    Rosa

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  14. what an artist =)

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  15. So artist !!!!!!!!!!!!


    xx
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  16. What a transformation! Very expressive painting.

    Bella Pummarola

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  17. It is a wonderful and creative work. So fun that you are not sure if it is finished :) Looks great dear! xoxo

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  18. Lovely painting dear! x

    Erica
    www.eggcanvas.me

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  19. I love how creative you are, Ivana. From sewing, painting, you are able to do all the things that I can't. I do wish I can paint but I am never a creative person so good for you to be able to create beautiful pictures.

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  20. I ja mislim da je to-to! Odlicno izgleda i ja ne bih vise nista mijenjala!

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  21. lovely blog :)
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  22. The hair of the lady in the picture looks like it has blended in with the surroundings, amazing illustration!

    Prudence
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  23. nice paint!

    xx
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  24. ooh this is wonderful! i hope you're having a lovely day :D

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  25. It`s a nice picture, I myself am not an artist but my bff is and her favorite technique is oil painting, it does sound great :)

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  26. It is very pretty. Creativity doesn't have to be rushed. Well done Ivana.

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  27. Marvelous painting. Congratulations for this very good job :)

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  28. I love it! Amazing job, congrats! (:

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