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Friday, May 4, 2012

#4 Spanking new

I have some stuff to tell you so lets do da bullet points. :)
  • I cracked open my brand spanking new watercolor paper Moleskine that I got for my birthday and this face is the very first entry. She has a little bit of a Jay Leno chin. :))
  • My computer is acting up and it's driving me crazy. I already scanned it for viruses but I think I need a better program cause this one didn't find anything. And computer is freaking new. It shouldn't be acting up for at least a year.
  • I took my frustration out on my hubby. Poor thing didn't know what hit him. :)
  • I sent out invitations for the class blog to all my students. Check your PayPal e-mails and spam folders. If you haven't gotten an e-mail from me, please let me know. 
  • Last day to enter my painting GIVEAWAY! I'm drawing a winner tomorrow. :) CLOSED!
  • And for those of you who missed it, I made a PDF of tips on how to set up an online workshop. :) Go HERE to see it.
    Linking to 29 Faces challenge and Paint Party Friday.


    Registration for my Cotton Candy Girls On-line Workshop is now open. Only 25$. Click on the banner to take you there. :)



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    41 comments:

    1. Beautiful! no, no jay leno chin hahahaha
      Hey, have you tried the lavasoft virus scanner? I hope it is nothing serious!
      I will cross my fingers for your giveaway, and happy celebration on your blog birthday!!

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    2. Wonderful face, Natasha!
      I have received your mail. Look that some people (me included) cannot view the video.
      And for the viruse, try also Avast AntiVirus. Have a great day!

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    3. Všeč mi je to ozadje in barve, ki si jih uporabila, lepo se skladajo.

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    4. Love your face - well, your painted face! I think Blogger is playing up just now! Hugs, Valerie

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    5. I love this & I love Moleskins (are they REALLY the skin of moles???) I have given them as presents before, but never owned one (I get the elcheapo journals) but I finger all the ones I buy & the paper & covers & they seem like such an event... OK you have done your moleskin justice, freakin' Van Gogh wold have been happy if he put this in HIS moleskin... can't wait to see what else you create in it :)

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    6. So cool! Both the face and that you have a Moleskin! No artist doesn't have one (at least that's what Mum says). Anyway, the face is so cool!
      Your virus may have come from Shabby blogs (me and Mum are having an issue there), so be sure to see if anything might have come from there.
      Have a wonderful day!

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    7. love your face, she reminds me more of drew barrymore than jay leno :)

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    8. Wish I had perfect shin like hers!!! :D XXX

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    9. She is beautiful just the way she is, chin and all!! Great job!! Poor hubby, happens though. Especially if there is any pms, or mental pause in the mix!! Our computers were all slow on monday, personally I think it was the workers protest day thing.... see if it doesn't improve in the next little while!!

      Happy ppf!
      Hugs Giggles

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    10. Loving your beautiful painting. Happy PPF, Annette x

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    11. Oh Natasha... beautiful and awesome... what a glorious way to start a new moleskine... thanks for the pdf share... and the computer probs get sorted...

      Jenny x

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    12. Love everything about her--everything starting from the background down to the colors of her face!!
      I hope your computer will be feeling better--what would we do without our computers???--probably a lot!
      :)

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    13. It is always exciting to start a new sketch book. Well done with the 1st page. Hope you get the computer sort out. We all understanding just how frustrated you are feeling! :)

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    14. I love this girl. She really stands out from the background and looks very happy

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    15. I love her. The softness of the colors, the expression on her face. Well done!

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    16. Love the rich, earthy colors in this face, and the text in the background is fabulous.

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    17. She is totally awesome!!!!

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    18. Prekrasan rad, sve pohvale!

      Ugodan vikend! :)

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    19. she is luminescent! love the green of her eyes against the browns and reds of the rest of the piece. and the newspaper background is perfect.

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    20. gorgeous first entry in a journal! wahoo, sure to be a fabulous book to enjoy!

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    21. She is a delightful creation ~ very creative and expressive ~ thanks, namaste, ^_^

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    22. Oh THAT'S cool - you are sharing how to set up a workshop! You rock, I'll go check it out, thank you! I am so happy for your workshop coming up, I can't wait to hear how it turns out. I know it will be a big success ;)
      AND I LOVE your new girl, she is so warm and soft and full of life! xoxo

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    23. Wonderful first entry on your journal, love her glowing skin and gentle expression! Happy PPF!

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    24. She is beautiful. What a wonderful start to your new Moleskin (i love those too). Happy PPF

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    25. Gorgeous! Love your work! Happy PPF!

      I hope your computer gets better. :)

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    26. this is gorgeous - not watercolour surely - it's so vibrant and thick! her skin looks positively luminous! and no, she doesn't have a jay leno chin!

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    27. This side is very good.

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    28. Natasha!!! I love this girl and I love the rich colors you used!!! She is so pretty!! I like her chin ;o) LOL! Take Care ;o)

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    29. Natasha, great job with her. Perfect for today. Have a wonderful weekend. Happy PPF!

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    30. Pretty! I've been wanting a watercolor Moleskine - but I'd be too scared to work in it, so it's not worth asking for. Have fun.

      Caitlyn (ladyphlogiston)

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    31. How exciting for you that your workshop is starting!! *high five*

      I'm so not used to using a dark palette like this...but, your faces always shine..no matter how bright the colors :)

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    32. Your face is wonderful Natasha, you cracked me up with the Jay Leno statement, didn't even think about that til you mentioned it. LOL
      Hope your weekend is better than today, things will get better, they always do. Don't go to bed angry....
      Lesley♥

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    33. I want to touch her cheeks!

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    34. I love your shading, so beautiful!

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    35. Wow... your faces really are pretty. Very appealing background too! The "whole" tells a story...

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    36. Love your work Natasha, your girls make me smile..

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    37. I love the chin, love the whole thing, and I'm glad I'm not the only one who wants to throw my computer in the lake. :)

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    38. She's gorgeous! Love the colors, kind of a different palette for you. I hope this comes out as complimentary as I mean it...she is sort of a beautiful, more human version of the troll doll that was my favorite when I was little.

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    39. Prekrasno!
      Ne morem mimo živalic,predvsem mačkončkov na levi strani, so vsi tvoji? Prelepi, prelepi! :)

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    40. What a very beautiful art work, she is so lovely! :)

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    41. I love all your faces, but this one is my favourite - she is beautiful. Thank you so much for your inspiration :)

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