Vanda Nagy

Vanda Nagy

Vanda Nagy
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I'm sure there's heaps I didn't mention in this but this is generally how I approach drawing noses!! The main thing is to check out references and try and draw different noses and you'll get a bett...

I'm sure there's helps I didn't mention in this but this is generally how I approach drawing noses! The main thing is to check out references and try and draw different noses and you'll get a bett.

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grizandnorm: “Tuesday Tips - WATCH YOUR BACK! A reminder to not forget the large muscle groups in the back. They add structure and clearly influence the silhouette in different positions. Of course, I used a very muscular character to show more.

This is a wood sign that has been stained, painted and slightly distressed then sealed for indoor use. This makes a great sign that you could bring to a Christmas or New Years Party as a hostess gift. The nice thing about this wine sign is it could be left out all winter. All signs are made to order and may come with natural wood distressing which just gives more character!  Measurements: 11 1/4 x 24 3/4 thickness  THANK YOU FOR VIEWING

This is a wood sign that has been stained, painted and slightly distressed then sealed for indoor use. This makes a great sign that you could bring to a Christmas or New Years Party as a hostess gift. The nice thing about this wine sign is it could be lef

On these cold nights you need something to warm your cockles.  Try our recipe for Slow Cooker Hot Chocolate! Ideal for Halloween, Bonfire Night and Christmas Eve!

On these cold nights you need something to warm your cockles. Try our recipe for Slow Cooker Hot Chocolate! Ideal for Halloween, Bonfire Night and Christmas Eve!