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Thread: Exotic Love

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    Exotic Love

    Hee hee had to look, didn't ya?

    Two exotic love birds.
    All done with the gloop tools on fine to medium point even my signature.
    Background in gloop and frosty knife.
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    Last edited by Alexandra; 03-18-2010 at 01:03 AM. Reason: corrected mistakes with painting.

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    Alexandera I love your love birds , IMHO they have a craft painting look to them

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    On that canvas it really looks like a needle work, Alexandra. And they are so cute.....

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    What a beautiful painting Sandra, the colours are lovely and the whole painting is great
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Beautiful painting of a sweet couple indeed!
    Since usually male birds look more gorgeous than females, I was just wondering whether, in this cas, they were both of the same gender instead ...
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Jean, Thank you. This was a new experiment for me. I rather liked using the gloop on the fine point. I appreciate your kind comment.

    AT, Thank you very much. I love the canvas' on AR3. I kept staying up last night painting it, and finally seeing cross eyed I went to bed. I had to correct my mistakes this morning and upload it again-haha.

    Katie, Thanks so much. I really appreciate your kind words.

    Cesare, Thank you very much. You know I went back to my son's book looking for the photo. I thought they were turacos. Could be two males. You are right. The females are lighter and the males are the most beautiful. I will have to do an internet search just to see what they really are. Anyway, felt like painting, so I looked into his books for a subject.

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    Geez. I can't believe I fell into the gloop. Love birds only. . .

    Interesting about their tails seeming to go through the branch as opposed to behind it. Did you paint them on a separate layer?
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Ah ha! caught ya D Akey! I corrected this error this morning. Yep, when I merged the first time I was so sleepy that I didn't notice the boo boo, so this morning I uploaded the new one.

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