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Old 11-21-2005, 02:13 PM
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Hey Ron, great idea for the mini still life! Thanks for stopping in"
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Hi Everyone

What??? you thought you'd get rid of me? I've discovered that this class (and you guys) are a lot of fun.. and I wouldn't want to miss out on any fun, now would I?

I intend to participate in this one, as I could use some brushing up on my stipple. I haven't used stipple as a stand-alone method in quite some time, and I think it'll do me good. I'm looking forward to this, and can't wait to see what you all come up with!
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The smallest example of a stippled drawing I did is this Rose.
I did this while watching a TV program and it took me about an hour (not including the drawing time).
There is some graphite shading in here too. I think the two go well together.
The original size of the image is about 5 inches by 3 inches.







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Thanks, guys . . . good suggestions (especially Murray - I was wondering if a rose would be good for this practice!)!! I'm still working, but will get going on this later or tomorrow.
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Hey All!

Hi Murray!
I think your rose is gorgeous!

Hi Ron!
6/0! I never knew they came so small! I thought the 3/0 was small. Thanks for the ideas! I browsed your Gallery. WOW! I am so-o-o impressed! That is amazing work! The boats, the cars...loved them all!

Hi Dave! Glad you are joining in-We are fun!

Hi Troy! Great girl you have there! I did not realize she was stippled.
Don't worry Boss-I will finish my last project before I jump in here.
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Judi I thought you had one of those seven pen sets that start with a 6x0 (???????)
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It is a 7 pen set but 3/0 is the smallest. (the beige).
then 2/0-yellow, 1/0 grey, 1-brown, 2-red, 3-green & 4-orange.
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Turquoise is king, Judi!
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OK I'll get one. Thanks Troy!
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The rose is gorgeous Murray! Hi dave and Ron... nice to see yall here again... great tips.

Hiya Teach, Judi, CJ, and anyone else!!!

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Great to see everyone here. Many thanks to everyone for their advice and suggestions on how to proceed on this technique. Ron, your work is brilliant!

I've finally decided on a reference image (I think ) or at least this is what I'll be working on this week. Its a shipwreck of unknown name on the northeast coast of Newfoundland.

I'll be checking in when I can this week as I have my notebook with me to see what everyone is up to.

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Jeanette,
Wow this will be great to see finished!!! I can't wait!!
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Here are my ref and the drawing. I drew it on sketch paper, scanned it (in case I need to start over or use it for something else), printed it, and will transfer it to the Bristol much lighter for inking. I think the leaf on the stem will change, but not sure how yet.
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Oh Jeanette-that will be great-hope you do a lil crop on it-all those rocks-

CJ-gorgeous! I think the leaf needs to be larger-just my opinion.
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Ron, Murray and Dave, it will be a very pleasurable class to have you three join us in this class. Ron I came across your website on Saturday from googles and what a nice surprise to see that the work I was so impressed with, was yours.

Jeanette, that is a gorgeous reference and I know you will do great with it.

CJ your working fast, I know that you will do great at this class also.

Troy, I was going to post the little bit I had last night but my computer didn't cooperate so I will work on it a little more today and post it with the reference tonight.

BTW Troy, you have been hiding drawings from us. That is a good one of the girl.

Hi Judi and Tia.

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