Marlulune, Russia
  • Country Russia
  • Member since Joined 25th Jun., 2014
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About Maria...

Hello dear postcrossers,

My name is Maria. I was born in a quiet small town Kotelnich which is famous as a place where skeletons of rare dinosaurs are found.

My passion is drawing and painting in a cartoonic style. In fact I spend every free minute scribbling something on paper :D I love books and films with unhappy endings and folk and rock music (Xandria, Lord of the Lost, the Gazette and more). And I am a great fan of computer games and Assassin's Creed, Mass Effect and Dragon Age especially. Above it all, of course, I love postcards and snail mail.

I would love to recieve any card that you share with me! I would be especially happy if you send me a card of:
- fantasy illustration (warriors, mythical creatures like dragons, elves, fairies and their magical worlds)
- Alice in Wonderland and Wizard of OZ (they are my favourite childhood fairy-tales)
-paintings by my favourite artists: Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Galia Zinko, Виктор Низовцев, Светлана Юрченко, Susan Wheeler, Josephine Wall, Jody Bergsma, Makoto Muramatsu, Shu Mizoguchi
-funny old ladies by Inge Löök
-computer games
-movies (Avengers, Lord Of The Rings, Hobbit)
-quotations and funny cards
-couples (especially paintings)
-animals, especially owls and cats (both photos and paintings)
-medieval castles, knights and ladies of that time
-space, stars and galaxies
-sky and sea, sunsets and surises
-American Indians
-cards from the series "Greetings from..." (I already have Belgium, Taiwan, Finland, the Czech Republic and the United Kingdom) and "Keep calm and.."
-New Year and Christmas cards in December/birthday cards in January
-or anything from my favourites

You can write me how your day or week passed, something about your favourite films, books or music or the place you live in or even imagine yourself a superhero and tell me what your superpowers would be ;)Or just draw something!

Please write something in your native language with translation. And don't forget the date :)

(!) Recently I've noticed that workers at my local post office deliberatly stamp the front of the received card instead of the back, especially if the card is in white or light colours. Sorry to say, I have a lot of cards spoilt in that way. So please, if it is not an extra trouble for you, send your beautiful card in an envelope if it is in light colours or white.

Happy postcrossing!

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