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Hi Watercolorists!
Welcome to the March Feature! This month you overwhelmed us with wonderful artworks so much that I had extremely hard time to choose and wished I could feature all of them. But finally they are here again - best of the past month.

1. Pink lilies by Shelter85 by :iconshelter85: Shelter85

For the start - beautiful lilies by Chris, reminding us it's spring already.

2. Shyness by stokrotas by :iconstokrotas: stokrotas

Second come less bold, but just as beautiful white flowers by Barbara.

3. Travelling south by RobleskaZeppelin by :iconrobleskazeppelin: RobleskaZeppelin

With spring in the warm air, who wouldn't wish for a journey through the wild? Even if the sky looks like it's going to pour anytime.

4. 020315 by kykie02 by :iconkykie02: kykie02

Original and creative painting with great use of white spaces and color.

5. Blue fairy and black dragon by Scarlett-Aimpyh by :iconscarlett-aimpyh: Scarlett-Aimpyh

Fantasy scene from experienced painter, showing off amazing skill in using interesting textures.

6. Bright Light by kios18 by :iconkios18: kios18

Serene rural scenery by Kishor, filled with little sharp details, adding dynamism to a static scape.

7. Imperial Koi Family by Chonunhwa by :iconchonunhwa: Chonunhwa

The imperial family of Koi just dressed up in their beautiful, detailed gowns for their royal breakfast. Bon appetite!

8. Tauriel: Captain of the Guard by MariaBruggeman by :iconmariabruggeman: MariaBruggeman

Tauriel from the Hobbit by Maria, giving us a curious glare, definitely proud of her wonderful, colorful hair.

9. 'Golden Light' - watercolour painting of Luebeck by dnessArt by :icondnessart: dnessArt

Warm, inviting scene of Luebeck, Germany by Dustin.

10. Empty by KON085 by :iconkon085: KON085

Emotional, half abstract, half portrait and a great study of human face details by Ryo.


Hope you enjoyed viewing those wonderful artworks, now go and give the artists some love :heart:

Your dedicated moderator
- Beata
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Best of March 2015! 

24%
53 deviants said Bright Light by kios18
21%
47 deviants said Pink lilies by Shelter85
12%
26 deviants said Empty by KON085
11%
24 deviants said Shyness by stokrotas
11%
24 deviants said 'Golden Light' - watercolour painting of Luebeck by dnessArt
8%
18 deviants said 020315 by kykie02
6%
14 deviants said Tauriel: Captain of the Guard by MariaBruggeman
4%
9 deviants said Blue fairy and black dragon by Scarlett-Aimpyh
3%
6 deviants said Travelling south by RobleskaZeppelin
1%
2 deviants said Imperial Koi Family by Chonunhwa

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:iconwhy2be:
Why2be Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hi Dear Admins,
Do you know how many deviations you receive per month ? (approx.) ?
Kind regards.
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Cmac13 Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2015   General Artist
Interesting question
Here are our group's stats for a week
Stats by Cmac13
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:iconwhy2be:
Why2be Featured By Owner Apr 3, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow thanks ! So we can consider about 500 devs per month I think.
Had you got surgery on your knee ? Is that you ???
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AlexandraSerres Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you :)
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lizasart Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks VIOletLips I got some Arches 140 cold press have not used it yet ,Thanks for helping!!
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Cmac13 Featured By Owner Feb 24, 2015   General Artist
you're very welcome
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lizasart Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Could anyone recommend a good watercolour paper, seen some lovely ones being used here and it makes my cheap paper look sadly lacking!!
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AlexandraSerres Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
I have discovered fairly recently bockingford 425 mg and I just love he way you can work wih it
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VIOletLIPS Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2015  Student
My all time favorite watercolor paper is Arches! I started with the high quality 300 CP.
I buy the huge sheets and cut them down by hand. 
Other wise the Arches 140 CP is great too! I just drown mine in water and stretch it! 

I hope that helps!
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Cmac13 Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2015   General Artist
Here's a link for you to check out regarding the various watercolor papers out there
www.dickblick.com/watercolor/p…
Generally it's a matter of cost  - thankfully I'm able to use blocks of
Arches watercolor paper for my work :nod:
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