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Thread: A Boy and His Chow

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    A Boy and His Chow

    I made this so long ago when I was teaching my son words and simple sentences. I made this with Disney Magic Artist original and then I worked again on it with AR3.
    I need to do so much more to it, but it will be a while. I just wanted to upload it in hopes that it gives you a smile too.
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    Don't Touch It. It stands alone quite well! Bravo!!
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    "Beauty Draws those who Draw Beauty" - Skylar

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    Awww it's great Sandra maybe you should make a children's book to go with it.They would make a great character design.
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    Skylar, Your response just made my day! Thanks dear man!

    Jon, Thanks so much! I appreciate that!

    Amanda, Thank you. You know that is precisely what I was going to do back then with this little fellow, and I neglected it. My sister reminded me just the other day about it. She said: "Make a list Sandy, check it off!" Start this book.

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    Dear alex this painting reminds me of a childrens program when my children were young called Bagpus, although the caracture was a cat not a dog it just shows that your caracture would make a good childrens program star. Best wishes Jo x

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    Dear Jo, Thank you. My son was on a terrific program at this time also. This terrific lady helped me to recover his speech through cross patterning his body and a specific way of teaching him. An incredible journey it was to see something that I was told would not be possible.
    Now he is conversational and reading, writing, building and programming computers and a mechanical genius. I am so happy that I didn't listen to these people.

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    I like this charming image Alexandra

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    Delightful image Sandy... love that fuzzy dog... what a cutie
    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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    When they say a dog and his master look alike ...
    Funny, tasty and masterful, dearest Sandra!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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