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Events over the last few months have kept me away from my painting table.  Between a shoulder injury, a busy time at work, a loss in the family and a grandma who fell out of bed and broke her back, there has not been a lot of time to paint.  I found a bit of time around Easter to do a quick paint job on the Easter Mousling for my Mother-in-law. 

 

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Easter Mousling with freshly dyed Easter Eggs

 

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Close up

 

I think that it turned out pretty well.  The freehand on the egg was a bit challenging as I tend to be horrible at it.  Lack of fine motor skills.  I only have the one picture of it as I finished it the night before Easter and the only photo that I got of it was taken by my wife. 

 

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Very adorable and well painted!!!

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Thanks.

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Super cute and well done!

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Great freehand on the egg!

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I think your freehand looks great! I like your color choices as well. Very cute!

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Thanks for all the positive comments. 

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The free hand is looking good!

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Good work there!!

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