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    Husky (I think!)

    I did this using only artrage 6 and one of MarkW's brushes. Thank you so much for the support. I really love this softwareClick image for larger version. 

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    Talking

    Isn't it weird that you paint and paint and paint and it looks awful, then suddenly it looks good. Its magic

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    It happens all the time to me Kate. I call it the 'ugly stage' where I even wonder if I will continue and finish the project. However, I have always plodded on and as you say, suddenly the magic happens.
    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.
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    Unknown.

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    Really good to see you settling into using AR now Kate
    Just want to give this soft fury fela a big hug!
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    Yes MarkW, he is very furry. I used your fur brush for his back and it was perfect. I'm really happy how it turned out in the end. I can't believe sometimes how much of a struggle it is to get depth and contours into things, and they look so flat, then you tweak some more and bingo!

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    Certainly a very good example of a Husky and that comes from a long time breeder like myself .
    The brush you have used from Mark has definitely brought out the layers of a Sibe coat.
    Well done.

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    Very successful! Really nice portrait of (that breed?) . . . yeah, looks like a husky to me, although I'm no expert. But as a dog, and as a painting, it's a really terrific job!


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

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