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Thread: Zara as a Puppy

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    Zara as a Puppy

    A bit of fun with my lovely Zara as a puppy 8 years ago. She was such a funny little button.

    It's hard to make something of a black dog, so the eyes are very important.

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    She's adorable and exceptionally well painted
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/andreamgart

    That's what art's about, isn't it -- at some point it's about the relationship between the art and the viewer, sort of like speed dating. (D Akey)

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    Thank you Andrea!

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    Adorable puppy

    So nicely done!

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    Thank you Marilyn Anne! Mostly Air Brush, which can look too soft and undefined, so a few lines to pull it together.

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    a wonderful work you have captured her playful spirit... I so love your work..I would love to hang out in your studio and watch you work, I bet I would learn a ton..

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    As I would love to watch you too Gary! Oregon to Australia is a long haul.

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    I like the way Zara's tail is almost forming a question mark...as if wondering
    'what's mom doing with that thing in her hands...is it something to play with,
    or is it a treat?
    Love it!
    Nicely done Robyn,
    Steve

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    Oh for crying out loud! I nearly stepped on one of these, only full grown who blended in all too well with the rug. Phew! Glad I saw him. At least this one is upright and moving and not playing the chameleon. Very sweet and perky drawing. I like how you've implied much of the texture of the fur and so on in a casual but very effective way. You could do spot illustrations anytime. This would grace a book or magazine because it has the personality it in and it looks like it was pretty quick to do. That gives the reader a good push into the story with the right mood but not so detailed to make them want to linger and analyze overmuch. I could also see this framed on the wall where you could just give it a glance for a shot of joy and then carry on with what you were doing.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    A quite aristocratic dog! You painted her wonderfully!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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