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Lynne Baxter Mar 26
Jogging around Poolsbrook Country Park, Staveley and saw some fab. watery shadows in the edge.
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Mel (SpYdI) Sep 27
God of war done with and ink available for purchase at the online shop
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Suzie Foster Design Sep 26
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Jo Scott Apr 28
Another commission finished and sent out last week, I also finished the competition winners which I'll be sharing soon⁣ ⁣ #…
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Jo Scott Apr 29
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Igor Krstic Sep 17
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Jo Scott Jan 20
My first commission of 2020, sadly no longer with us but hopefully bringing lots of joy to his owners.⁠ ⁠ ⁠ #…
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lorelay bove Nov 27
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nic vickery Feb 29
Ooo sparkly buttons! Love a bit of gold ink to finish off my ‘Greatest Dachshund’
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farida zaman Mar 25
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Bef Jul 11
192/366 Afrovenador. Original a la venta, pregunte por DM. / Afrovenator. Original drawing for sale. Inquiries by DM.
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Turnip Starfish Jan 26
Been working on this. It’s a challenge and the original is by Its nice not to create OCs and use other artists as inspiration 😋 Materials used:
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Trish Gant Apr 10
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Sarah Bee Sep 9
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Gregory J. Gillis Jul 9
Draw: This thing is taking FOREVER! Enjoying the rendering so far, need to avoid overdoing it. Will definitely get this off the board in the morning!
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Raquib Ahasan Mar 22
Refused to go to the shop to buy a card so made one. Love you Mum. RA. @ London, United Kingdom
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Drunk Ass Uncle Bobby Apr 10
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Bef May 5
Replying to @monorama
On the I drew my friend and teacher, Rafael Barajas 'El Fisgón', one of Mexico's foremost political cartoonist and children's book illustrators.
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Drunk Ass Uncle Bobby Apr 19
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Mark Raats Aug 23
33 years ago, I needed a prop for a shoot that featured a Master Painter. This piece loosely based on JMW Turner’s Dido Building Carthage (1815). Windsor and Newton Acrylic on canvas - ~25 x 34.5 inches
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