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Old 04-11-2012, 09:07 AM
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Re: wolf painting WIP #5

Finally dove back in last night and worked the ears and top of the head and body. Ahh its good to be back if only for a few days
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Dave, I am so enjoying watching this painting come along! It's already gorgeous, so much fine detail - can't wait to see the finish!
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My favourite animal and you've captured it beautifully!
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Re: wolf painting WIP #5

Working pn the dark marks on the aspen tree. Very time consuming, 4 hrs on these.
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You are doing a fantastic job here Dave. Thoroughly enjoying the process. That aspen bark looks like an excercise in extreme patience!!!
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Thanks, dealing with blacks from darkest to lightest layer on layer and then moss it has a look of a slight 3D with these black makes on the tree are. It really suit my erratic way of using a small brush or pen action.
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OH WOW look at the detail in that wood. This is really coming along Dave. Really want to see how you do the white parts.

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Coming along Wonderfully! I'm enjoying the process!
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Tree bark is coming along.
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This is looking great - can't wait for the finish!!
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Wow! That is really turning out outstanding
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That tree bark is amazing!!
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Re: wolf painting WIP #5

Thanks, I really think that the tree is an essential part of this painting. Giving the wolf a platform to make his presences.

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Wowwwwww. Hats off to you, Dave, this is amazing.
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