wow.... wuauw.... det er fan'me blevet flot :) :) - det er jeg sgu' stolt og rørt :) :) - skylder dig en stor krammer :)
Du maa komme en tur til Milano , saa tager jeg glaedeligt imod en stor krammer :-)))
I like this one!
Que bonita pintura!! He visto la fotografía en el blog de Tim, y ha quedado igual!!Feliz semana Jane, besos.
Dear Jane - this certainly looks good enough to eat. Wonderful eye for all the different values in the hand. As always seeing your art is a delight. Have a super day. Hugs!
Love the greens and reds in his hand! Beautifully painted, Jane!!
It's a fabulous painting, Jane!
Oh! how lovely - I am sure that Tim was delighted when he saw your painting.
This is VERY good Jane!! Hands are so difficult to paint but you did an anmazing job. It looks better than the photo!!!!! Love that little cherry tomato!
I LOVE it, what a great painting!
It was perfect, I really liked it.Beijinhos, Léah
Hola Jane: Hermoso trabajo y muy original. Un abrazo!!!
Very unique subject, it really stands out!
Love it. You never know when or where inspiration is going to hit
I love this, Jane, I think because it is personal to you. He grew, I presume, his own tomatoes!! Not easy, especially where we live! You made the hand and the fingers look so real The 3-D effect really is apparent. Great idea!
I dear Jane, love the painting. This painting just shows how great your talent is. Hi there---I am back in the world of blogs ets. Missed ya xoox
This is beautiful, Jane - the background color is so effective and the reflection of the tomato on the skin - lovely! I really love this piece!
Bella mano tiene un pomodoro sulla vostra immagine. Saluti.
WoW......really good work Jane! That small tomato just pops out of the hand., looks so real. Bisous
Brilliant work Jane, hands are incredibly hard to paint and you make it look easy!!! I am growing cherry tomatoes too, can't wait for them to ripen!!