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Old 04-28-2008, 06:32 AM
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My latest try

Heres my latest try at painter!
My Boston terrier..

Thanks for looking
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Old 04-28-2008, 08:29 AM
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Re: My latest try

The expression on that dog's face makes me wonder if he is thinking, "Good grief, I really had to go; but did I produce all this?"

Nice work. You might work on the eyes a bit. They tend to blend too much into the face and can't be seen. Just my $.02 worth. And you know what $.02 is worth these days.

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Old 04-28-2008, 11:03 AM
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Same as Janet really, but to me the blue BG is a little overpowering.
Just how many dogs have you got anyhow. I was wondering if this forum is big enough????????


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Old 04-28-2008, 01:23 PM
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Glad to see you are back up and working ( pc wise that is ) Cazzie

I agree with both Janet and Peter sometimes you have to really bring those eyes out, especially with black dogs mind you i have had trouble getting the eyes to look "clear"
again the background is bit too much for me, but there again you see more blue "over there" than what i do mainly grey here
roll on number 4 though

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Old 04-28-2008, 06:30 PM
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Nice one Palms - texture's nice.
Hardly any blue in my go either.

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Old 04-28-2008, 06:52 PM
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The expression on that dog's face makes me wonder if he is thinking, "Good grief, I really had to go; but did I produce all this?"

Nice work. You might work on the eyes a bit. They tend to blend too much into the face and can't be seen. Just my $.02 worth. And you know what $.02 is worth these days.

Janet
LOL Thanks Janet I see what you mean

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Same as Janet really, but to me the blue BG is a little overpowering.
Just how many dogs have you got anyhow. I was wondering if this forum is big enough????????


Peter
Thanks Peter I only have 2 dogs (Bostons) The newf in the others is my puppy I lost last year and 2 cats!! So dont be afraid but i guess you will be seeing a bit of them

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Glad to see you are back up and working ( pc wise that is ) Cazzie

I agree with both Janet and Peter sometimes you have to really bring those eyes out, especially with black dogs mind you i have had trouble getting the eyes to look "clear"
again the background is bit too much for me, but there again you see more blue "over there" than what i do mainly grey here
roll on number 4 though

Palms
Hi Palms
good to be back! Thanks will practice on the eyes, well LOL will just practice on everything
yeah i wasnt sure about the blue oh well live and learn i say
That is awesum I love what you have done with Jack!!

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Nice one Palms - texture's nice.
Hardly any blue in my go either.

Peter
Very nice Peter!! Thanks
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