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December 16, 2010

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Kevin Hunsperger

Pup, I've said it before, and I'll say it again. I am truly amazed by your talent. Excellent job!

Hil

You're lucky the room already had a pink glow to it. I think it really does get worked into what your mind thinks should already be there as far as the pink-by-association glow goes.

side note: I watched a few of your sister's makeup tutorials before my office Christmas party, made some adjustments to my routine (aka, actually put some makeup on for once) and it was a big hit. Their expectations will be waaaay off from now on though so I might have painted myself into a corner. Still, I was glammed up for one night thanks to Emily and YouTube.

Kelly

Thank you Kevin, and Hil, that's so sweet of you to say, and I'll forward your comment to her. It will make her day!

Cindy Swanson

I love Emily, after just knowing her via the internet. She's a wonderful young woman, and you did an amazing job on her portrait. The best part is that the love of a sister is in every brush stroke!

Lucrecia

A big fan of Emily, and your portrait of her is spectacular!!! Your family is very blessed........

bj

Love your "twin" portraits.
Glad to find you doing well.

Mark D.

Made of awesome. A wonderful Christmas, and 2010, for you! Can't wait to see what 2011 brings....

Alyzabeth

That is really cool! She's very talented.

Gemma Batoon

Dear Kelly,

I chanced upon your via Roger Ebert's Twitter account and I am glad I clicked on the link. These are two amazing portraits and congratulations for finishing the portraits, using watercolor as a medium, which is hard to use, I know. I worked in a museum here in the Philippines.

May I know if you tool a photo of your sister's portrait for you to paint it or did she sit for you for x number of sessions? Just curious :-)

You might be a very especially during this holiday season; appreciate your reply.

Kelly

Thanks everybody!

Gemma, I have to use reference photos when I paint something like this...I couldn't ask my sister (who lives 200 miles away) to drop everything and pose for me for 18 days! :)

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