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Preview scale: 8.0 x 8.0 inches
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Amazing! Love the detail and colors. Very clever how you worked in the tadpoles along with the frogs.
Posted over 2 years ago.
Such a beautiful colour scheme and such detail - Brilliant!
Posted about 3 years ago.
Beautiful!! Good luck- I voted for you :)
You have done it again! This is gorgeous. I love all of the details, and the colors are so beautiful!
Thank-you Silvermyst, Dianne, Ang, Mag-o, and Tat1. There are so many great frog designs in this week's contest that I am honored that you consider mine good enough to comment on.
I love the colours and... well, everything about this design.
I love these fresh vibrant colors, and the organic nature of this pattern
Beautiful. Very eye-catching.
Well, gee, thanks Wiccked, Weaving Major, Rhonda, Joan, KCS, and Vanilla Bean.
Oh my goodness, Andrea, this is mind - blowing! The repeat is phenomenal, and the design has totally transfixed me! The tiny dots give the design a batik kind of feel, as well as making the water appear beautifully luminous and reflective. SO amazing!
The gorgeous colours and swirling, textured patterns of your design make a splendid backdrop to the intriguing picture of tadpoles changing into froglets! There is such a wonderful feeling of vitality in these streaming images!
Oooh, beautiful colors and all the beauty and mystery of watching tadpoles become frogs. I love the frog and water textures. And once again I'm amazed at how well you use the mirror repeat - I love the swirling dance this becomes!
Thank you Whimz. I too have enjoyed finding tadpoles and coming back to see the arm buds get started, then the tiny arms, and watching how they grew. <br>Alas, I never got to see the grown frogs because the juveniles were captive in the fountains where I found them. <br>When they became full fledged frogs, they hopped away!
I love watching tadpoles grow into frogs. This is gorgeous!
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