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Thread: African Elephant Sketch

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    African Elephant Sketch

    Over my lunch break. (I really should consider eating once in a while).
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    Be well,

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    i wish i was that creative during my lunch break......hey...you can start a new diet......instead of food...PAINT! :lol: ..lose weight in no time :wink:

    good painting, i like the head down charging stance

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    hi.

    good one fashmir...nice sense of movement/speed....
    regards,
    waheednasir.
    www.waheednasir.com

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    Wow, really dynamic. Very good elephant! It reminds me of wild-life programs, where you wonder if the cameraman made it out alive...
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    These limited palettes of your are really nice to work with.
    I await Terra Verte and Raw Umber!

    It seems to be a convention to always draw elephants with a bullet hole through their ear, I'm glad to see that yours has the speed to avoid that!

    So much life and movement in such subtle shades. What a great way to spend a lunch break. I love the winged horse, but these spontaneous pictures are so animated.





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    Awww he is so BEAUTIFUL! I certainly wouldn't want him running right at me - but you perfectly captured the personality and as others have already said, the movement of these wonderful creatures!

    Great sketch - was that freehand or did you use a photo reference?

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    Fashmir,

    "boudoum boudoum boudoum..." the jungle' s heatbeat..

    I like that painting very much..

    Euh...? Elephant ' female... Look at her eyes.

    Weeks

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    Fashmir, I always enjoy opening this forum and seeing that you have posted something. I know I am in for surprise and delight each time because your talents are so varied and your imagination unlimited. You inspire me to push beyond painting what I know I can paint, and experimenting more. Thank you.
    Art is like an ill-trained Labrador retriever that drags you out into traffic. (Annie Dillard)

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    This is the most beautiful and cute elephant I have ever seen. This painting lives! Amazing work!

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    Magnificent - both the animal and the painting. My eyes are pulled again and again to the elephant's right tusk and foreleg; I really love the definition there, the more solid lines. Thanks for posting, and please continue fasting. =]

    - Gita

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