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Old Monday 20th February 2012, 14:04   #76
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love it...der Kleiber ist super...weiß nicht wie er in englisch heißt
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Old Tuesday 13th March 2012, 20:46   #77
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love it...der Kleiber ist super...weiß nicht wie er in englisch heißt
Nuthatch - gefällt mir gut O:-)
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Old Tuesday 13th March 2012, 20:53   #78
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That's quite fun because I've sold the second one.

Thank you for your comments. I'm having a look at your blogs.

I've got two more birds for you---- here you are O:-)

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Old Tuesday 13th March 2012, 23:06   #79
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Fantastic I thought the robin was a photo untill I clicked on it. I ve tried draw a couple of Robins and find these so difficult
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Old Friday 16th March 2012, 22:30   #80
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Lovely paintings Ulrike.
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Old Sunday 18th March 2012, 16:36   #81
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Your last two paintings are really well done! I enjoy your style of painting.
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Old Sunday 25th March 2012, 23:33   #82
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Some new stuff. I'm not sure why I always do animals in watercolour. Does anybody have an idea? O;-)

I'm posting my neighbour's cat Pünktchen (Spotty) because she's doing what we all love to do -> birding.

Greetings!!! O:-)
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Some new stuff. I'm not sure why I always do animals in watercolour. Does anybody have an idea? O;-)
Not sure of the possible reasons Ulrike but obviously you have your own way with it. It's hard to turn away from what works so well.
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Smart work. Just looking back at the robin painting and marvelling at the depth of colour and tone you've achieved here. It's a really wonderful little piece - love it.
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Hello, Ulrike. I, too, love doing wildlife in watercolors. It just seems to fit, especially for the more colorful lifeforms: birds. flowers, butterflies. If I did more mammals, perhaps I'd prefer acrylics or oils because for the darks and earth tones. Also, for me, the spontanaeity of watercolor is unsurpassed. Keep up the wonderful work. Regards. tbbilbo.
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Really nice work Gaby. I'm not much of a cat person but Pünktchen is an endearing little thing isn't he!

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Love the cat, really brought a smile to my face...and the robin is so alive
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