for illo friday ... {rambunctious}

Cigar-tin story #16. I put this one at the top because she seemed the most rambunctious. As for myself, I hardly know what the word means anymore. The last few weeks I've run myself ragged trying to get ready for a studio event and the results have been mixed -- people are busy, sick or distracted. I promise to never, ever do this again. At this point I'm just looking forward to being done, and spending December in disconnected indulgence.

Cigar-tin story #20.

Cigar-tin story #19.

Cigar-tin story #18.

Cigar-tin story #17.

Cigar-tin story #15.

Cigar-tin story #14.

Cigar-tin story #13.

Cigar-tin story #12.

Cigar-tin story #11.

Comments

  1. have ya smoked all the cigars contained therein? *g* nice stuff - again :-)

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  2. Very interesting technique - love it!

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  3. These are great paintings, I love the textures underneath.

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  4. very nice. i think i like the #19 the best... though this one featured is quite nice... they are all quite nice.

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  5. Intriguing; a fine body of work.

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  6. these are so so beautiful...

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  7. Your work is beautiful and inspiring! :)

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  8. Just beautiful work. Such intriguing portraits

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  9. Wow, your work is incredible - a pleasure to look at :)

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  10. Just another little visit to see your incredible work. WOW

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  11. I think the cigar-tin stories are all sweet and a great idea. Lately, I like #19 especially... just feels good to look at it. Lovely colours. Keep it up :)

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