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Gorgeous work. You are SO talented!
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Did you ever end up making figures of male dogs in less playful poses? I know you had said you were planing on it. Great work nonetheless!

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Did you ever end up making figures of male dogs in less playful poses? I know you had said you were planing on it. Great work nonetheless!
Yes, i will be sharing something new soon


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Some new drawings from this year
"Jumping girl", charcoal

"Young Shepherd", charcoal

"There´s no mountain high enough", graphite


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Some new drawings from this year
"Jumping girl", charcoal

"Young Shepherd", charcoal

"There´s no mountain high enough", graphite
Wow cool arts

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You know I love your art... I especially love "Jumping Girl" in charcoal... I love doing charcoal and/or conte crayon on gray stock (paper), love the white highlights. I think I love it because you can do so much using tones and highlights, expressing so much without a ton of detail. You do it very well.

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Thanks Ace GSD!
Susan, i´m totally agree with you, with this technique the drawing gets a lot of expression and as you can see in the picture you don´t need more than three pencils.


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Thanks Ace GSD!
Susan, i´m totally agree with you, with this technique the drawing gets a lot of expression and as you can see in the picture you don´t need more than three pencils.
I think I've told you this before, too--I love your grasp of anatomy, and I think you told me that it's from observation, not formal study of animal anatomy. It's been yours from birth, you grew up with it.

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