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Soft Painting Week 2 Recap 24 April 2015

Soft Painting Week 2 Recap

With just a few days to go until the preview, work on Soft Painting will continue through the weekend. Here’s a recap of the process from this week:

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And here are some more taken by local artist and photographer Julian Hughes:

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