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2010-06-18, 23:20
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Very nice BuurVrouw, is that going to be for sale as well?
2010-06-18, 23:55
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Beautiful work BuurVrouw, your artistry will inspire my music writing!
2010-06-19, 09:47
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Yes Zalon, that is also for sale

Darin, always good to be inspired.
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2010-06-19, 17:58
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the top is almost done now.
http://www.carolmulder.nl/kastjebovenbladbijnaklaar.jpg
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2010-06-19, 20:29
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Now it's done! The top.
http://carolmulder.web-log.nl/.a/6a013483be4b17970c0133f18075ab970b-pi


For details just a link, too big for pic here http://www.carolmulder.nl/bovenbladdetail.jpg
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2010-06-22, 22:04
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Here it is, the most cute flowerpower closet ever. All done. And I'm proud of it.
(And yes Zalon, it's for sale!! haha)

The front with painted top, door and drawer.
http://carolmulder.web-log.nl/.a/6a013483be4b17970c0133f19316b7970b-pi


Also it's painted on both sides, simular to the front door.
http://carolmulder.web-log.nl/.a/6a013483be4b17970c0133f193194a970b-pi


And please do notice the details in the flower work and also so lovely on the cute round leg.
http://carolmulder.web-log.nl/.a/6a013483be4b17970c0133f1931c7a970b-pi


I'm very pleased with the result. It's adorable.

Now I will wait till someone falls totally in love with this flowerpower closet and wants to buy it and give it a good home with gentle little strokes and blinking eyelashes daily for being madly in love with it.
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2010-06-22, 22:10
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Well, it does look like a sellable piece of furniture to me

There are probably plenty of weed smoking ppl in Amsterdam who'd like it...
2010-06-22, 22:28
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Heh, you think really that one has to smell weed for to like it? Hihihi
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2010-06-22, 22:28
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Uhm, smell = smoke
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2010-06-23, 06:48
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You sure it is a closet though? I think i would call it a bureau!

nice work indeed!
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2010-06-23, 09:00
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I call it closet or dressoir
Bureau is what I call a desk.

Thanks Hooray
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2010-06-23, 10:57
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omg how much better looking the closet ended up to be. Good job!
2010-06-23, 11:54
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Thank you
It's a pleasure to change old things into something nice
Although I have to say, I do like old things. For their own character due to the life they lived.
But sometimes old things is too boring, too ugly, too unwanted. And then a bit of colours can do wonders.
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2010-06-23, 21:17
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Was thinking. I do want to make a mushroom closet too.
And maybe after that a Quake closet would be nice?
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2010-06-24, 00:07
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Beautiful work!

Do a Quake closet hehe :].
2010-06-24, 08:33
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Hahaha, thanks Darin.
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2010-06-26, 17:18
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http://img231.imageshack.us/img231/6488/def1i.jpg


This drawing is about two years old, was lost in my notes from university. I drew it on boring lectures
2010-06-26, 20:19
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Very very very nice Lovely how quickly boring time can pass when you doodle eh?
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2010-06-28, 09:39
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Fence and bench. Outside painting with this weather.
http://carolmulder.web-log.nl/.a/6a013483be4b17970c0133f1def000970b-pi

http://carolmulder.web-log.nl/.a/6a013483be4b17970c013485046cd7970c-pi

The fence isnt done yet. Only two shelfs so far.
http://carolmulder.web-log.nl/.a/6a013483be4b17970c013485046fe5970c-pi
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2010-06-28, 12:54
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Nice nice!

Is that the nieghbour one can spot between the barrs in the fence?

The fence looks like a EURO-pallet so i can understand why you are painting it
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2010-06-28, 20:12
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Hihihi, you are right! It IS my neighbour there. hahahahaha. I only had eyes for the fence and the roses. hihi.
The fence is old. It was here already when moved in this house (5 years ago) and all brownish and bits were now grey and more and more cracks and crumbles came on it due to the sun. And I love that. I love old wood that lives its life and goes its own way. That's the reason why I not painted it all "close". Also, the warm sunny yellow is just more jolly then dark brown. And the roses are... oh well. Maybe a bit too sweet and cute but for me (now) MUCH nicer then dark brown corners where nothing happens.
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2010-06-28, 20:30
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BuurVrouw you must have the most beautiful home, with all types of colours and cool bits!
2010-06-29, 06:43
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Or the most weird home heheh
Depending on taste I guess.
And taste can be changed as easily as a pair of socks.
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2010-06-29, 07:43
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I would be all over the place if i tryed something delicate as that.what happens if you make a mistake and need to tipp ex it out ?
2010-06-29, 09:06
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I don't make mistakes And if by accident my brush goes on a place where it shouldn't have, there can be another flower or so. Dunno, I've always worked with coincidenses or accidental dots and spots and make something out of it. It's all ok, it comes as it comes and that's what I deal with. I guess if it really goes wrong I can just take a big brush and paint it all over again I guess. But it's not my style to go for all perfect and straight. It's a handjob. It's ok if one can see that here or there. Gives it it's own charm.
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2010-06-29, 09:37
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BuurVrouw wrote:
It's a handjob.

You are brave to use word like that in the internet!

i avoid it, use "handicraft" instead xD
2010-06-29, 10:40
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O.o
It's handmade. Better?
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2010-06-29, 12:32
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Better
2010-06-29, 13:38
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Pfew
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2010-07-09, 21:44
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http://img682.imageshack.us/img682/9861/82057767.jpg


It's not really finished. Got bored halfway, decided to finish after three months, but concept wasn't interesting anymore for me. It was hore to draw, especially because red paper was too soft. Better for origami than drawing. But i learned that "liquid organic matter" as i named it would look great in form of wings, maybe when i feel like drawing demon or some other creature i'll use it.

And as you can see, i pretty much suck at drawing humans
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