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Is there anybody who wants to draw this beautiful building? I would, but it's way to complicated for me.
The Waldspirale is one of Germany's most famous buildings. It was also the last work from famous austrian architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser, who died shortly before the building was completed. His style could be best described as a mixture of french art nouveau and german Jugendstil.
That's a rather neat building. Very post-modern. And the drawing looks good. The trees look a bit big, but maybe you're portraying them when fully grown? Any reason for the one tree that's a bit fuzzy?
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