…people kept telling him about how he couldn’t decide on anything , and also how really ugly he was. But still, this was the first time he was happy to have changed his mind from jumping
(IF theme: change)
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Woot, woot. Yippy, great image. :)Where is my paper horn?
a good friend is found; lovely watercolor, lots of feeling
fantastic caricature and so much emotion in this. nicely done.
Great work! With that much heart, how could he possibly be ugly?
You are so talented! This is amazing, one of the main reasons is it touches the heart and that is huge! Wonderful work!!!
Wow indeed. I like everything about this, especially the faded line and color. Very ephemeral.
Your technique is wonderful!
beautiful, inspiring and definately hopeful.
Lovely work as always….
Beautiful work and so interesting to see lovely watercolor washes with such a dark subject. I like the attention you paid to his clothes too, with his tie and shirt hanging open.
ah, this is so sweet. I love the style. :)
Awww! This is my favorite from this week. Beautiful image and deep content. I love it!
Beautiful. Really beautiful. Lovely light, movement, line, colour. Great.
what an amazing piece of work! everything was perfect – from colours to composition to line quality – just perfect!!!
Great illo work! Very nice!
this is really a beautiful piece… i’m so glad he changed his mind and found a friend in the process… however brief…
beautiful and great character!! LOVE IT A LOT!
Very nice! It seems to be me! I like the character and the situation.
very touching…just beautiful!
You are able to depict dark subject matter with such a light touch and your paintings are beautiful :)
ha ha … wonderful story. great watercolor too!
I stumbled on this by accident. I love it! I want to see more of this artist for sute!
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