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CyjanekPotasu

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:iconberoa:
beroa 3 days ago  Student General Artist
Thank you for the fav! Your paintings are gorgeous, I am blown away! :wow:
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Ollaf 3 days ago  Professional Traditional Artist
Beautiful landscapes, really amazing watercolors works!
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:icontinytophats:
Thanks so much for watching our hats! :iconlalalaplz:
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:iconeinaraasen:
Thanks very much for adding Winter End to your favourites!
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GrimDreamArt Mar 11, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Dziękuję za :+fav:!
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:iconclairobscur16:
 I see that you have no time to loose....
 In november, I was writing my admiration about your painting "winter". The way you paint the forest is remarkable. You master the light, the shadow, the different plans. Really amazing. The modern towns are
so boring, with their uninteresting and monotonous buildings! Drawing a car is out of my competence.
 you don't speak french! What a pity! I am tired of looking for the right English word  to say what I mean!

 Since I've been wandering through dA, i've been surprised by the important number of very good artists
 of the East Europ: Germany, Poland, Ukraine, Bulgaria, etc. A good thing!

 Subsidiary question: Why have you been so busy at the university?
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CyjanekPotasu Mar 9, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you. I do appreciate every comment on my works. Even though I'm not always able to answear on every one. I'm very glad you liked my "winter", it's also my mother's favourite picture.
Drawing a car is difficult indeed. But it's good, we have to develop our skills. Painting wouldn't give me so much fun if I was perfect in every topic.

Yes, that's inspiring in dA that we can watch works of art from different countries. There is always something new and fresh to discover. And don't worry, you speak English very well! I assume you can be in my grandmother's age (I'm 22) and in Poland it's very unusual for people in that age to speak English at all.

Well, I'm studying medicine and it's my third year. I have to learn pathology, pediatrics, laboratory diagnostics, parasitology, microbiology, epidemiology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, topographic anatomy and internal diseases. Every teacher checks our knowledge and practical skills each week and aditionally now and then we have big tests on saturdays. It's a hardest semester by far.
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:iconclairobscur16:
 OK! I understand every thing!  I have never heard that a medecine student was able to draw and paint as well as you do! And - you are right-  your grand mother and me are probably on the same wavelenght ( I am 77 ).    If you are just 22, and "winter" is really your work,  you are truly talented! In french, I would say " surdoué"... Without any fawning I can tell that the way you master the light and the shadow, the revealing choice of a unic colour ( hard for a young painter!)
 allow to think that you are not a novice! I hope than the medecine will let you time enough to paint! And be sure that I'm looking forward to seeing your next works! ( no cars, OK?)

 PS. I've been learning English at the "lycée"( high school?) and in South Africa, but I do prefer
 MY language, the French which is  INCOMPARABLE! ( matchless?)
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vigar Mar 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you really a lot for you'r faving.
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Rui-Moreira Feb 16, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks a lot for the :+fav: ! :-)
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