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Birds Drawing - Family Portrait by Sarah Loft

Family Portrait is a drawing by Sarah Loft which was uploaded on February 12th, 2011.

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Beautiful drawing with a lovely title! I love this composition and the colours........l/f/pin/Tw.............Beth

Sarah Loft replied:

Thank you, Beth! It's a little goofy, but was a lot of fun to do. :)

Thank you, Mariola! I appreciate the feature.

Congratulations on your outstanding artwork! It has been chosen to be FEATURED in the group 500 VIEWS.

This is so fun and colorful love it Sarah:-)

Sarah Loft replied:

Thanks, Robyn!

I love the mix of colors Sarah!!! L

Sarah Loft replied:

Thanks, Marvin!

Excellent use of background for those colorful birds!

Sarah Loft replied:

Thanks, Jenny!

Love this! And the title. Awesome! v/f

Sarah Loft replied:

Thanks, Lenore!

Oh, Sarah, I love this family portrait!!! It is fantastic and fun and cool! I like the dots, too. :)

Sarah Loft replied:

Thank you, Music of the Heart! Nice to get some dot appreciation! :)

Thanks, Ross! I love your comments- even the nutty tongue in cheek stuff. Dotting that picture was a totally mindless and very relaxing exercise. If you ever need to zone out, just place thousands of dots on paper and you too can experience the dot high.

Brilliantly simple. The background is a marvel in itself. Must have taken you days to put all those dots in just the right place.

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