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    Quote Originally Posted by ebf View Post
    And @Tahr has some experience modeling underwear... just saying
    Hey! Careful. There could be kids on this site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ftx325 View Post
    Hi again @bunji....
    If you check out the start of the thread , 1st post on page 1 , I mentioned the time it took and the fantail pic is around halfway down the page. It's not as detailed as the dogs as it is only on printer sized paper but the eagle head attached below shows the detail that can be achieved if you have waaaay to much time on your hands.
    There's a few other drawings on my 'pet portraits - animal art' thread and more of the leather stuff in my 'playing with leather' thread if you fancy a nosey....
    I like doing the dot style drawing for the detail and not many other people do it. I am experimenting more with the colour pencils and may do a series of nz large game animals to sell as prints if enough interest and I think they are good enough....


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    Ignore the crease line though , that's a copy of the one on my wall that's been living folded in a draw...
    Thanks l missed them as the Nett at the farm is that slow at times you can read 6 pages before it loads large pic files off this forum ,they look grear ,next year you should offer the Game /Wild life drawings on xmas cards etc.

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    My first experiment using solely coloured pencils.... decidedly average but hopefully some practice and I will improve....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebf View Post
    And @Tahr has some experience modeling underwear... just saying
    That's one picture I definitely don't want to draw...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ftx325 View Post
    That's one picture I definitely don't want to draw...
    Could be a whole new revenue stream to tap in to!.....

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    Fucking hell.

    Thatís it.

    My wifeís birthday present.

    Itís a significant birthday the next one, cos its the first one Iím going to remember for quite a long time.

    And to think that itís actually on the same day as my motherís.... Thatís true too. Oh crikey.

    So you can see why Iím keen, cos she loves her dogs, past and present. The challenges which one of her dogs has been the favourite? Probably this one.

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    What díya reckon?

    (you donít have to draw the pigshit stuck to his tongue though, preferably)
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    He looks pleased with himself and is a big boy I had a girl that looked a similar size. She was 65kg. She was a bit of a hippopotamus though

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    Well that’s cool, because this dog - Mission - was exactly 65kg in his prime, aged 3 thru 7 or 8. Tall, remarkably athletic for such a heavyset dog, and abundant stamina. He got regular exercise as an old dog (shagging, mostly) and didn’t really get fat.

    I still have his vet records with all his data. He hated the vet. He would sit with his arse tucked into the corner of the consulting room, and dare the vet... “if you think you’re sticking anything up there, you’re gonna have to be very, very brave”.

    I think your pics are fantastic @Ftx325.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flyblown View Post
    Fucking hell.

    That’s it.

    My wife’s birthday present.

    It’s a significant birthday the next one, cos its the first one I’m going to remember for quite a long time.

    And to think that it’s actually on the same day as my mother’s.... That’s true too. Oh crikey.

    So you can see why I’m keen, cos she loves her dogs, past and present. The challenges which one of her dogs has been the favourite? Probably this one.

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    What d’ya reckon?

    (you don’t have to draw the pigshit stuck to his tongue though, preferably)
    I could have a crack at it if you like @Flyblown.
    Fire me off a PM if you are serious and I will give you my email address so you can send me the pic...the bigger and clearer the better for detail.
    I might even be able to figure out some sort of scratch and sniff like they used to have when I was a kid for the pigshit....
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    lol my girl was quite short. My old boy ( behind my last bitch in my avatar) was 50kg, but he was about a foot taller than the hippopotamus. I called her my heavy artillery and my boy the advance scout he was a once in a lifetime dog. Knew all the tricks. If you have ever had a dog that knows what you are thinking, he was one of them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Flyblown View Post
    Well that’s cool, because this dog - Mission - was exactly 65kg in his prime, aged 3 thru 7 or 8. Tall, remarkably athletic for such a heavyset dog, and abundant stamina. He got regular exercise as an old dog (shagging, mostly) and didn’t really get fat.

    I still have his vet records with all his data. He hated the vet. He would sit with his arse tucked into the corner of the consulting room, and dare the vet... “if you think you’re sticking anything up there, you’re gonna have to be very, very brave”.

    I think your pics are fantastic @Ftx325.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ftx325 View Post

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    Quote Originally Posted by 57jl View Post
    Why the grumpy face @57jl...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ftx325 View Post
    Why the grumpy face @57jl...?
    sadder then grumpy actually for being penalized for being a north Islander love your drawings

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    It was but a joke @57jl.... Personally I wouldn't charge any extra simply because I feel sorry for you poor buggers in the North Island for having to live there.....so rest easy mate
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    Yes you do live in paradise if you are a hunter gatherer you can live off the land quite well and have A bit of fun doing it.I was down your way 2weeks ago and went fishing and hunting with the brother in-law out into the sounds[IMG]

 

 

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