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Painting of the day/ Slika dana

watercolour/ akvarel


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  1. Lovely post hun! I like this so much.

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  2. That looks amazing :)

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  3. Beautiful picture!
    Have a lovely day :)
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  4. Lovely post :)

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  5. Jedan od primera da slika govori više od 1000 reči :) Fantastična je! <3

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  6. Wow this look is so cute.

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  7. cool!

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  8. it looks fantastic :).

    xo
    Priscilla

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  9. Absolutely lovely. I had fun reading your new post!


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  10. Great post :)

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  11. It is beautiful. Wow *-*
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  12. So nice dear :) xx

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  13. E' bello ma triste questo disegno...
    Spero che vada tutto bene e che il motivo delle lacrime non sia per qualcosa che ti è successo!
    Baci!
    S
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  14. Excellent picture (as always)! kisses

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  15. è davvero molto bello un bacione cara

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  16. Predivna je Ivanice! Baš me nekada pogodiš u dušu!

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  17. This painting makes a bit sad impression of me - although I love it really, the blue with the water colours looks fantastic! Hopefully you are well, yes, I know it is only a drawing! All the best to you!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
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  18. Touching picture sweetie!
    Lots of Love

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  19. Fantastic picture Ivana !!


    xoxo


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  20. A beautifully moody illustration - you show such emotion and I'm beginning to spot your signature style of teary eyes in your artwork. I love it!

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    1. thank you Gabrielle, yes teary eyes are a part of my signature style.

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  21. Very cool illustration! Love it so much, dear))

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  22. I love how there is so much emotion in simple, elegant art. Thank you for sharing!!

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  23. A blue lady in blue, and so lovely too. Doobie doo doo doo :) xoxo

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  24. Thanks a lot, my dear :D I'm totally agree :D

    Love your draws. I want one :P

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  25. Amazing work dear. Gives me so many feelings I couldn't even put in words :)

    love lots,
    Tin

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  26. Nice, muted low-key illustration, Ivana. May I ask something Ivana, why is it you mostly paint teary faces, hun?
    xox
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