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  • New Painting – Snairy ACEO


    aceo realistic imaginary creature by Leanne Wildermuth
    Another realistic painting of an imaginary creature – meet Snairy. He’s a snail fairy, with leaf wings. I’ll scan and list him on eBay, or etsy – not sure which yet – once he’s dry. This teenie tiny painting measures in at 2.5″ x 3.5″ and is #2 in my ACEO collection. My first one, Drabulea, sold within the first day! (Thanks, Becky!)

    Cute little bugger, isn’t he?



    Renee said,

    Very cute!

    2.27.2009 @ 3:15 pm
    Becky said,

    I feel like a celebrity!!! Ha ha ha.

    Well, if it’s anything like Drabulea, its even better in person… but it looks pretty snazzy online, too!!!


    2.27.2009 @ 4:17 pm
    Pam said,

    Oh, he’s awesome! :yes:

    2.27.2009 @ 4:35 pm
    Paige said,

    Cute!!!! :thumbsup:

    2.27.2009 @ 7:36 pm
    Da Goddess said,

    Very cute! I will email you with a couple questions I have about these ACEOs.

    2.27.2009 @ 9:12 pm
    Debra Argus said,

    Oh Leanne, he is just too cute lol, I still say you sould do what I said to you last time, after you did the first one. I am making a surprise for you too lol. You will just have to wait and see what it is lol.

    Cheers Debra Australia.

    2.27.2009 @ 10:25 pm
    Leo said,

    your work is AMAZING!!!

    2.28.2009 @ 12:33 am

    :yahoo: Så fina bilder du gör det är så roligt att få dina mail.TACK

    2.28.2009 @ 7:25 am
    Geekwif said,

    He’s so cute! I love the leafy wings.

    2.28.2009 @ 8:27 am
    Nicky Bird said,

    He is definitely cute, but when I think of what the slugs and snails do to my Hostas I’m not sure he is my favourite little creature :no:

    2.28.2009 @ 11:08 am
    Becky said,

    I had to laugh at Nicky Bird’s comment!! I never thought about it like that but that’s really funny.

    2.28.2009 @ 1:10 pm
    Nicky Bird said,

    Becky, just think squish, squash, squish, squash :shock:

    2.28.2009 @ 1:13 pm
    Leanne said,

    Eeek! Stop that with the sqwishing! LOL

    When I lived in California, I used to dodge the snails on the ground every morning. It would make my stomach FLIP when I wasn’t paying attention and heard the occasional crunch beneath my feet. I used to make up stories (I drew cartoons in my head) of Sammy the Snail, screaming in fear of the combat boot about to end his life.

    2.28.2009 @ 1:16 pm
    Margareta said,

    I LIKE WHAT YOU DO. EASILY ME TO MAIL I GET. :cat: :cat: :thumbsup:

    2.28.2009 @ 7:22 pm
    Nicky Bird said,

    Now that’s a picture I’d like to see, Leanne :shock:

    3.1.2009 @ 2:46 am

    the first thing i thought was it was for st. patricks day, kind of has a clover thing background going on, in my eyes anyways, with that green too. very cute!

    3.1.2009 @ 11:23 am
    Becky said,

    We wouldn’t get snails, but we would get slugs all over the sidewalk when I lived at this one house in college. There wasn’t the distinctive crunch of the snail, but stepping on a slug could put you on your bum quick as a wink. Once you go down there’s no telling how many slug guts you would have on parts other than the bottom of your shoe!!


    3.3.2009 @ 3:58 pm

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