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Thread: ...and now for something completely different!!

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    ...and now for something completely different!!

    well, not my usual thing...
    Scary things, these birds..

    A peacock head. A color exercise.


    some reference just for the shape of the eye & the beak..
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    The more hair I lose, the more head I get.

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    aww shucks, i was hoping for The Ministry of Silly Walks or The Dead Parrot sketch.

    Non the less, a gorgeous plumage of colors
    Very beautiful.

    Mike
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    aww shucks, i was hoping for The Ministry of Silly Walks or The Dead Parrot sketch.
    haha, sorry about that...
    But I've got a couple of Monty Python style images in my wip folder, maybe time to dig them out
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    Fly this is fabulous.
    Valerie

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    Wicked good... love the treament of the forehead feathers they really pop
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    Nice one Fly,good idea to allow the green from the background to come thru for the green highlights on your peacock.Good colour study.

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    Interesting to see the peacock without the feathered tail. If you asked me what a peacocks head looked like I would have to look it up! Fantastic colors and subject. A while ago you wanted to do some study on iridescent effects. The peacock is perfect for this!
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