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Thread: Painting Across The World

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    Talking Painting Across The World

    I'm starting this thread for people to post paintings of places, people, animals, et cetera found across our great planet. From the bottom of the oceans to the highest mountains, just paint something about something or someone or somewhere and post it here.

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    Bunny

    Well Chris I decided to draw this, a Bunny from the Uk.
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    Very nice....Fine job on the fur.....

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    Thank you weembaman, I've just done my brother in law's dog Roxy, haven't seen her for ages, but she did look something like this when I last saw her. I think it's a little spaniel, know doubt a bigger one now.
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    very nice paintings sandyg. Here's my first real attempt at a realistic landscape. I tried to recreate the mystique of the Sequoia National Forest in California. The trees are far more dense than what I painted, but I might go back and change it to make it more realistic some time later. I tried to shroud it in fog to make up for the lack of other trees.
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    Hi Chris,
    I like the colours of your tree bark, a few more trees added later would make it look better, but it's a good start. The mist effect is good.

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