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  1. #1
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    white Horse

    I painted this one a few months ago hope you like it. I then reused the painting and added it to another to create a new painting. but I still think this one can stand on its own.

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    Fantastic! How I wish I could produce something like this. The mane and tail are rendered so well, as is the lighting - it certainly could stand on it's own and is just beautiful!! Background is not bad either!!
    June.

    Oh God of homeless things, look down
    And try to ease the way
    Of all the little weary paws
    That walk the world
    today.
    -
    Unknown.

    http://enug66.deviantart.com/gallery/

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    WOW! A magnificent horse indeed and what a masterful economy of exceptional brushstrokes! I'm speechless! It may well be also a unicorn, as magnificent as it looks!
    Robyn alias Copespeak, who is an expert professional and like this subject, painting many wonderful horses herein, would agree too I guess.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Fantastic work CartuneMan! I really like the diffused background that is in front of the horse (down the path). Great strokes.

    I will need to stop by your house sometime and see how this painting thing is done! Since you are right down the street...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HwyStar View Post
    Fantastic work CartuneMan! I really like the diffused background that is in front of the horse (down the path). Great strokes.

    I will need to stop by your house sometime and see how this painting thing is done! Since you are right down the street...

    I would love that. I do like conversations with fellow artist! I can also be found on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/jblackford2 just copy this post or if it is clickable you can find me there as well.
    Last edited by cartuneman; 05-20-2015 at 02:26 PM.

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    I feel pretty sure I recall the other painting this was used in. . . I actually think I may like it here on it's own even better. I like how you achieve these effects, been going for a bit more stroke economy lately (kind of have to, been working too hard lately and my forearms are starting to have pains again, even with me taking breaks :/). I may very well start counting my brush strokes mentally to make me more aware of how much I am using.

    Per the usual, crazy awesome painting, love those strokes!

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    Very nice beastie! Makes you want to hop on and ride away off yonder. . . in a cloud of dust, at the speed of light, with a hearty Hi Ho Silver!!! AWAAAAAaaaaayyyyy!!!!!!!!!!

    Righting wrongs, daring do. . . I guess Silver's waiting for such a one. A horse can't do it alone, ya know. . .

    Noble looking beast. Very nice painting. It's like he's looking over his shoulder and saying, "Alright. That was a decent effort. Now get back on. . . Heroes are so hard to train anymore. . ."

    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Fabulous

    A beautiful horse marvelously painted.

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    WOW just love it, beautiful work

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    Sometimes I go back and look at paintings I had missed and am surprised by the quality of work. This one is extraordinary.

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