Wow! Stunning!(quoting the muse of the bloggers: A.C.)It really is lovely.
"Et tu Michael", you also got into the drift of blogger's little "corrillo"? ("Gossip group" in Castillian)
i'm still your biggest fan!i've got so much to learn from you.(if it still show an empty post, i deleted my last post because of a mistake)
This made me laugh out loud.Cute plastic bike juxtaposed and all.I'll repeat myself again here and note that I marvel at this kind of business.I can see that it is all simple shapes but the way you make it into an almost 3D arrangement is baffling to me.I sound a little naive I think, when I'm trying to sound excited
Si, Oscar! I like the uniting possibilities of blogging software.Probably because I have nobody to gossip with in my milieu. :¬)
Enchanting work as usual. Very original, great colors and textures—I’m really a huge fan!
I can't get over your work...truly beautiful.
Excellent work! I love the color choices.I also love the contrast in materials from the toy bike to the hard walls and ground.Bravo!!
Super, you did it again, Mister...My jaw just hurts so much. Have to rearrange my desk in some clever way... Pillow on keybord maybe?...
Ahhh, this light!!!I can even hear the children laughts playing in the Bg ^_^holidays
What an idea. I could never be touched by an ugly kid-bike, but you made it work in beautty. One of my favourites for sure.
Great illo! i like the textures and the bike's colours.
I've spend two months in Arles...I can feel the sun again and breath the calm of a peacefull afternoon...great illo...as usual!
Bonne soiree fourmi,Les fourmis sont mes petites bestioles preferees.
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