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    "Tales from the Arabian Nights"
    Illustrator: José Sanabria
    http://josesanabriailustracion.blogs...biografia.html




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    "Brujarella"
    Illustrator: Iban Barrenetxea
    http://www.ibanbarrenetxea.com/



    #2
    That's why I like you being here. You class up the place.
    Go Space Force!!!

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      #3
      Originally posted by Kimmy View Post
      "Tales from the Arabian Nights"
      Illustrator: José Sanabria
      http://josesanabriailustracion.blogs...biografia.html




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      "Brujarella"
      Illustrator: Iban Barrenetxea
      http://www.ibanbarrenetxea.com/


      My kids have done better than the first, I like the 2nd it reminds me of Terry Pratchett for some reason

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        #4
        Originally posted by Smudge View Post

        My kids have done better than the first
        Fantastic! Would you please post your kids' work sometimes? I would love to see it!

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          #5
          Originally posted by Mayaca View Post
          That's why I like you being here. You class up the place.
          Thank you for your kind words, Mayaca. It's something I know Night, Gamgee and Undie would enjoy. We used to share artsy and silly pics on each other's profile on the old SB. I really missed that.

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            #6
            That first one is gentle, soothing. The second is beautiful.

            They're both actually very soothing and sweet. Got any more? I don't even have my paintings on the walls at the new place.

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              #7
              "Her First Date"
              Artist: Bryce Cameron Liston
              http://www.listonart.com/




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              "Time"
              Gediminas Pranckevicius
              https://www.behance.net/gedomenas

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                #8
                An ageless classic.

                https://csagovernment.org/index.html

                http://deovindice.org/

                http://dixienet.org/

                http://leagueofthesouth.com/

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                  #9
                  i like the cur dawg, right front
                  "Virtute et armis"

                  Girls play with dolls. Men play with dead animals

                  https://www.uso.org

                  Islam is right about women

                  sde: Because it was trolling and by damn God, that's what we fucking do here. Always have, always will

                  #learn2code

                  Epstein didn't kill himself & neither did Qassem Soleimani

                  Eric Ciaramella is the whistle blower

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                    #10
                    "Portrait of a Young Girl Hiding Her Eyes"
                    Pietro Antonio Rotari (30 September 1707 – 31 August 1762)



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                    "La leçon difficule" (The Difficult Lesson), 1884
                    William-Adolphe Bouguereau (November 30, 1825 - August 19, 1905)



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                      #11






                      For those who are interested in this cool water and ink art technique, it's shown in this video:


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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Kimmy View Post

                        Thank you for your kind words, Mayaca. It's something I know Night, Gamgee and Undie would enjoy. We used to share artsy and silly pics on each other's profile on the old SB. I really missed that.
                        I miss that too, Kimmy.

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                          #13
                          Frida. Her art, her beauty, her life, her story...she is my favorite artist and inspiration. Her art is fascinating, as well as every single picture of her that I've ever seen. I love her steadfast demeanor and the way she embraced who she was. Unibrow? Rock that thing.

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                            #14


                            And this is one my favorites:

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                              #15

                              Originally posted by Harlequin View Post

                              I miss that too, Kimmy.
                              Me too. Although sometimes it was a lot of work!


                              I don't know.

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