Charles Dickens.
Charles Dickens.
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      • rajeshstar Excellent chop done Great caricature nice chops behind and well presented overall
      • PSMandrake hi my buddy. Thank you so much. Very glad you like it I really appreciate an author, his stories have inspired me.
      • balodiya Excellent Phenomenon very nice collection of the photo frames and nice lightning effects best of luck
      • PSMandrake Hello my friend Baladiya. thank you so much.. Splendid compliment. I am happy that you look in detail.
      • ericnorthend Lovely work, very very fine artistic work its so professional color and gradient effects with fabulous shadings
      • PSMandrake Hello my friend Eric. thank you very much. wonderful Compliment.
      • JimShorts Nice work... and congrats. Very well done piece.
      • nepaguy59 Congrats,on the Silver....PSM. Well done,Bravo..
      • silvercanine really brilliant work congrats my friend
      • PSMandrake Thank you very much friends Nepaguy59 ,Geriatric, Silvercanine. I wish you happy holidays Christmas to all, And many thanks to all for appreciating my work, In these days I have a proposal for a gallery of Catania city, Then in preparation for a show. I thought of putting the event in streaming for the friends of distant countries, I will also be interviewed by a local reporter for a newspaper article about ... Hello everyone.
      • NewsMaster Great work, I like a vintage feeling coming from it. Silver congrats, PSM.
      • PSMandrake Thank you so much Newsy. The exact feeling. Thanks for the wonderful compliment.
      • Hitspinner Sweeet... Great continuity and toon control
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