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Drawing A Day #143: Abra candelabra

April 4th, 2011

I recently saw a really nice candelabra… and from there, this drawing popped into my head. I obviously have rabbits on the brain! Here it is — Abra candelabra:

And we’re starting off the week having been treasured… thanks to GoddessOfJewelry (fellow T.E.S.T. team member) for including our Sweet ‘n’ sour chicken in her “Pastel” collection:

Have a great week!

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