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learning to sketch by BLOGitse

weekly photo challenge plus others

  I want to learn how to sketch,   do more, do more and more, get better… Here’s one work I did on my sketchbook,   linking to   Weekly Photo Challenge: achievement         linking also to   Mandarin Orange Monday   and   P52 Sweet Shot Tuesday       Have

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red splotch on a newspaper by BLOGitse

red splotch

    MACRO MONDAY 2     I HEART MACRO     RUBY TUESDAY TOO         Have a good week!  

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detail of the city painting by BLOGitse

city of imagination

  MACRO MONDAY 2   I HEART MACRO   RUBY TUESDAY TOO     a detail     of this painting, watercolor, marker pen        

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#27 faces29 Sep 2014 by BLOGitse

pics for u

    It’s the end of the month and 29faces challenge. snif. Here are my last three faces.   #27 marker pen, watercolor     #28 watercolor     #29 watercolor     All my 29faces are – > HERE!           I heart macro     Macro Monday2     Ruby

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rowanberries by BLOGitse

red lips

  MACRO MONDAY 2     I HEART MACRO     RUBY TUESDAY TOO     Did you know: ‘Rowan Berries have healing effects on the digestion, the liver and the lung.’ Read nore here.         smooch      

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details of watercolor painting by BLOGitse

abstract details

    MACRO MONDAY 2     I HEART MACRO     RUBY TUESDAY TOO       Here’s the original, can you find those details? 🙂        

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red details of watercolor painting by BLOGitse

red details

  of my watercolor painting….       MACRO MONDAY 2     RUBY TUESDAY TOO    

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hittiäinen, red wing detail, by BLOGitse

hittiäinen

    MACRO MONDAY 2     RUBY TUESDAY TOO     ‘Hittiäinen’…like a endearing bug 🙂       Dear Blogger blogger!   If you don’t have already name/URL commenting option, could you please change it. Why? Because if somebody clicks my name it takes her/him to my Blogger’s profile page where I’m NOT

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detail of dancer watercolor painting by BLOGitse

dancer

  MACRO MONDAY2     RUBY TUESDAY TOO     PHOTO PARTY       detail of     this painting     ‘Dancer’ made with marker pen, coffee and watercolor.    

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