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I did this for the April monthly group photo project for Watercolor Workshop.

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  2. Hi, this picture is sooooo beatiful!
    Please tell me where you drew this picture.
    :-)

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  3. Hey! Excellent work! This and the magnolias really show your eye for color!

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