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Old 01-31-2018, 09:56 PM
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A guy and his dog

17 x 20 colored pencil on colorfix
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Lovely.. really accomplished work !
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This is an amazing work! Beautiful composition...
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Sorta reminds me of Picasso's early early portrait figure work when realism was yet his forté. The pose, and in your face looking at the viewer starkness...
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Nice. Lots of interesting things in this. The contrasting subjects, different textures, the strong composition. The subdued ochre palette works well. You should be pleased with this.
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Old 02-12-2018, 05:53 PM
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Re: A guy and his dog

Thanks everyone
I haven't Done a portrait in a long time, I really enjoy doing them, I just don't don't know why.
Yes, the intense or stark stare,
that was what I was going for in this
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