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Discussion in 'Works In Progress & Finished Artworks!' started by PogArt, Jan 10, 2018.
Hoping things turn better for you. This piece is really looking great!
I’m appreciate your kind comment Fred ...
I wish to be as good as you - the day might come
Thank you !
This is looking great Arthur , you are underestimating your capability, look forward to the next update
I hope the next update will be final update
It won’t be long !
I’m thankful for your keen comment
Love this piece!
Much appreciate my friend
It looks amazing. Nice background and depth of field.
I’m unsure of the background, but I’m glad you like it
This looks awesome so far. I used this method once before and it just gives the painting a bit more vibrancy. I agree with you when it comes to fur that is why I try not to do any project with fur. I am just not patient enough
I salute you and and the others who are brave enough to tackle fur...
I’m appreciate for your keen support
All I can is to try , and to experiment
This is how we learn ...
Thanks my friend.
I won't deny I was scared to start the grass ...
I have avoid this as long as possible, working 6 days p/w was very handy in this matter
But here we are - grass is done.
I'm free to move on to the bottom foreground
The grass looks great Pog. Nice colours and tones.
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Much appreciated for your keen comment
This is an outstanding piece. You are very hard on yourself, you are executing it perfectly.
Very interesting starting with the green, I may have to read up on it. Its definately working for you here !
I look forward to the next update.
I'm too lazy to read the whole thread, so how big is this? I recently attempted a horse in a pasture, and the grass had that green-with-yellow look to it. I'd love to know how you did that. It looks perfect.
ya lazy sod, its normally in the first post !!
Hey, I had a rough day, a killer headache and I can barely see the screen! Thanks for looking that up Jackie
Stunning, beautiful work.