johnwalkeasy wrote:Barb, I really likeing the look of your hourses. And with the way some people feel about thier hourses. You could really get set up on a good thing.
Did you placed the eye of the hourse in the center of the work on purpose. Or did it just come out that way.
Menolly wrote:They look beautiful! The grey mare is definitely closer to photorealism in terms of style... I like them both, though.
oilpainter2247 wrote:wonderful work barb ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i love the both of them with there detail and everything wow nice job :>)
mcsketcher wrote:Be glad it was only an ear. I've drawn a hand on a person backwards! haha. I was messing with comic style drawing. Personally, i think the white horse looks better. Were it me, on the
own, I would add small dark displays of hair (short small lines). Only sporadically though. Hair/fur is difficult to pull off. It all comes down to light. You continue to have to consider where your light source is coming from and how that will effect every object in the picture. This even comes down to things of lighter colors in opposing positions from the light source/s. Its amazing that a person with a single shaft of light reflecting off of their white shirt can illuminate an entire room. Especially on dark hair... Remember, any toussle of the hair is going to produce sharp lines.. Sporadic, but it will add a lot of depth to the picture. Hopefully i just gave you something. I'm rocking a nice buzz at the moment. I'm not into the same kind of art as you. I never use reference material aside from my memory, though realism is the goal, at least on some level. Thanks for the support but please encourage everyone to rip me a new one. Don't get me wrong, praise is great... but this thing has taken over my life and I'm getting ready to push it. I need to know what problems others see. I see a lot.... Once again, thanks
mcsketcher wrote:I'm with you on the whites. The
own, even with a short coat i think there would still be some of those lines. Not to take anything away from you. The dog is impressive. You've definitely got a feel for it.
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