Your Watercolour Paintings Toby…I'm not Rudolf!

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  • #97488 Score: 0

    [email protected]
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    Hello Forum Members,

    This is my first watercolour painting to the Forum.

    I was impressed with the photo on Facebook of Toby dressed up as a reindeer…I do love Border Terriers!

    Enjoyed the exercise, although Toby doesn’t look very happy with his outfit…

    Happy painting and best wishes for the New Year 2019.

    Isobel.

     

     

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    RandyLouise
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    2 pts

    Fabulous, expressive, great color!! Happy NewYear!

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    Paula
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    13 pts

    Wonderful painting! (He doesn’t look happy.)

    Paula

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    mrchirps
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    4 pts

    I don’t blame him for being unhappy wearing antlers.   You have captured his attitude so well.  Nice eyes and fur.  A nice portrait

    Happy 2019!

    Carol

     

     

     

     

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    AlexK
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    8 pts

    Fantastic painting. shapes are excellent everything looks so 3dimentional.

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    Brad
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    18 pts

    Absolutely brilliant. And so brave to add the antlers onto such an excellent painting.

    Take time to look and make sure you see.

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    [email protected]
    Participant

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts on my painting of Toby.

    I used Archers 300gsm Not Paper that allowed me to work over and glaze giving a softness in places but allowing the dark areas to stand out.

    I’m enjoying a break and looking forward to a fresh start with much enthusiasm.

    Cheers

     

    Isobel

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    JudyR
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    42 pts

    Excellent work, Isobel! Great expression and the fur is so well done, great depth and realism to it.

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