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SandyA Work in ProgressCopyright Laura Hardie 2010
this came out fantastic -
.. and you do them so well!!8" x 6" though!!! must need VERY sharp points on those pencils :o)
Your colors are so rich... And I love the depth you get in the eyes. So much detail in such a small size, bravo!!
Absolutely lovely Laura! You amaze me again.
I do a lot of work at this size and love it. But most of the time I end up with just parts of the dog. I tend to start with the eyes and work out. I love how this is turning out. I have a yellow lab and need to do another drawing of her. What color did you lay down first on the muzzle. Looks like a cream.
Lovely work Laura! Love the richness of the color. You're amazing!
Thank you all for taking the time to comment - and all such nice ones too, THANK YOU:D
Beautiful! You obviously have no problem handling the smaller size ;-)
Looking good Laura!
Thank you Kim - it's taking a bit of getting used to:DThanks Jo:D
Wow Laura, what talent!!! God has truly blessed you. Just simply awesome works of art...Hugs from an Iowa USA artist~~~DenaWhere the corn grows,well unless its snowy ;0)
Thank you Dena, that's very kind of you:)Hi Jeanne - sorry I missed your post somehow and don't know what happened there. I've found that I actually enjoyed working that bit smaller and look forward to doing more this size. The colours I used in the muzzle were Warm grey I(FC Poly), Bistre(Derwent Artist), Brown Ochre 10%(CD Luminance), Brown Ochre(Derwent Artist), Brown Ochre 50%(CD Luminance) - the cream colour is mainly the Brown Ochre 10%. Look forward to seeing your drawings of your lab:D
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