Seems that Blogger was having some hiccups and I stopped posting here. Then guess I got lazy and just didn't check until now if they were back in business. But in the meanwhile, February has come and gone and ended up being busy working with Figurary and trying to stay on top of my lessons. Great outlet with lots of wonderful, inspirational artists was posting daily with 30 Day Creative Challenge. This challenge group was designed to replace Leslie Saeta's as she has moved on to other endeavors close to her heart.
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