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Old 11-05-2011, 12:11 AM
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Lightbulb Re: Project Discussion: Dogs, Dogs, And More Dogs!

This is something I just did from an old "how-to" book on painting dogs. The author didn't provide enough painting instruction, so I had a teacher help me out a little.
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You really caught the expression beautifully.
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Cindy. A study in pastels


What a lovely painting of a Cairn. I have a Cairn who is 16 the end of this month. This painting has caught the typical Cairn expression.
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I tried to do multiple entries her as there were so many beautiful works to see. Guess I will have to do one at a time.There is delightful Lab joy here!
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Love this , great job on the nose.
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Re: Project Discussion: Dogs, Dogs, And More Dogs!

I wasn't sure this is the right place to post this. I'm a glass artist who specializes in sculpting miniature portraits of dog heads from molten glass. I was just featured by www.beadingtimes.com as their "Artist of the Month."

This is a picture of one of my favorite pieces. The glass dog is approximately 1" tall.
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Re: Project Discussion: Dogs, Dogs, And More Dogs!

Wow Vicki, a beautiful piece of art!
You would probably have got more comments if you'd place your thread in the main page of the Forum.
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Re: Project Discussion: Dogs, Dogs, And More Dogs!

Hi, I'm new, and was wondering why photos aren't posted here as they are in other fora, but instead, there is a note such as "Regarding this entry --> http://www.wetcanvas.com//Community/...entry_id=98002"
Where is a poster supposed to put their photos?
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Hi, I'm new, and was wondering why photos aren't posted here as they are in other fora, but instead, there is a note such as "Regarding this entry --> http://www.wetcanvas.com//Community/...entry_id=98002"
Where is a poster supposed to put their photos?

I was wondering that too!!!
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Re: Project Discussion: Dogs, Dogs, And More Dogs!

Regarding the questions about posting; If you choose the "go advanced" posting option, you can type in your message and then go to the tool bar on top and click on the yellow box with the mountain outline on it and it will give you the option of posting a photo. This photo will have be properly sized so that the resolution will not exceed a specified size. ( 800x600 which I accomplish by first sending it in an email to myself and when the option for size is displayed, I use the "small option" and then drag it out of the e-mail and onto the desktop then I follow the instruction on this program (which I found to be fairly simple) and then you can post the photo. It will not work if the image is too large. If this doesn't help, let me know and I can contact you more directly.
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Little Black Pug


This is beautiful! Great idea. What is it painted on?
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Beautiful job with the pastels. Very nice detail!
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Re: Project Discussion: Dogs, Dogs, And More Dogs!

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Regarding the questions about posting; If you choose the "go advanced" posting option, you can type in your message and then go to the tool bar on top and click on the yellow box with the mountain outline on it and it will give you the option of posting a photo. This photo will have be properly sized so that the resolution will not exceed a specified size. ( 800x600 which I accomplish by first sending it in an email to myself and when the option for size is displayed, I use the "small option" and then drag it out of the e-mail and onto the desktop then I follow the instruction on this program (which I found to be fairly simple) and then you can post the photo. It will not work if the image is too large. If this doesn't help, let me know and I can contact you more directly.

The question was not about HOW to post, but, "
why [aren't] photos aren't posted here as they are in other fora, but instead, there is a note such as "Regarding this entry --> http://www.wetcanvas.com//Community/...entry_id=98002"
What is the note about, if, as you say, post them --here, in this thread, I suppose--and they show up here, but numerous times there is and WHY is there the note, "Regarding this entry --> http://www.wetcanvas.com//Community/...entry_id=98002" , such as in post 77, it says, "
Comment on final entry by: Natalie NZ
Regarding this entry --> http://www.wetcanvas.com//Community/...entry_id=51602

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and the question,
Where is a poster supposed to put their photos?

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Old 02-20-2014, 12:40 AM
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Re: Project Discussion: Dogs, Dogs, And More Dogs!

Sorry ntl,

I'm still not quite sure about the question so I'll let someone else who has better understanding of what the problem is answer the questions.
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