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Hey all... it seems I just can't keep up with my message centre -plus I keep getting this nasty pop-up window with music that is making me crazy. Is this some silly DA thingy to make us poor deviants pay the premium membership?

Anyway, we finally moved into our final home, a two-story apartment, more like a tiny house in a condo-ish regime. We had to fix some stuff and paint, and some fixes are still going on, but yeah were in!

I like my new neighborhood -it is not too loud, not too far, not too trendy, with enough trees and cats to make me feel good. I have an art supply store just around the block, which may be really expensive but handy indeed :D I have a studio in the upper floor, with a window towards a little terrace that I intend to fill with plants. I'll have to invest in air conditioning for the summer though, because it is really hot. My cats are loving it.

I still have to furnish the studio, as for the moment I have only a little computer table (with my computer of course, which held a frozen moment, back in October 2013 heh). I'm surrounded by boxes and packages containing my larger paintings -it is indeed a warm feeling after all these months of being just with a few things.

I hope to be around DA more often :sun:



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  • Mood: Relief
  • Listening to: Forward by Club des Belugas
  • Reading: Franny and Zooey, just finished
  • Watching: Seinfeld for the zillionth time
  • Playing: How to fit in
  • Eating: eggplant!
  • Drinking: coffee

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Teresa Clark
Artist | Professional | Varied
Argentina
Mexican living in Argentina

I love the feeling of textures and the unknown surprises that can happen while painting traditionally. Getting to know the behaviour of materials is such an adventure; it changes in different supports and even from one brand to another of the same paint.

Painting digitally, on the other hand, has a quick, more intellectual feeling, subject to never ending manipulation. I paint digitally for my job (backgrounds for animation, some illustration work too) and sometimes I do digital sketches for traditional works.
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:icon22thorn:
Thanks for the faves, Teresa...much appreciated. :icondancingmilkplz:
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folcorchance 15 hours ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for the +favHigh-five!
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:iconmartaraff:
Thank you, Teresa *:heart:*
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:iconcampo-diaz:
Muchas gracias por el :+fav:.
Saludos,
Emilio
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katworks-paints 1 day ago  Professional Traditional Artist
thank you! :iconbigheartplz:
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