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    Just finished another plaque and I thought I would share it with my friends here at SSWC.
    I painted this picture for my best friend, Brian, whose dog looks very much like this. I didn't have a picture of her while I was painting but I think it's pretty close.
    I started doing these with a picture of a wolf but have learned how to change the image. I've got a lot more that I'm going to do including a tiger, a mandrill, a leopard, and a bald eagle with head and talon. I think the eagle is next.
    Thanks for looking and any comments you may leave.

    Bubba
    "Live as though Christ died yesterday, arose this morning, and is coming back tomorrow."

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    Bubba i really like this one if it is ok with you may i do a pattern of it please
    as unfortunately i do not have the talent to paint one like you but i can make the pattern of sorts and cut it out lol
    Erssel

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    • #3
      Erssel, good to hear from you. It's been a while.
      Yes, feel free to make a pattern from my plaque if you like. It would be interesting to see it scrolled rather than painted. I would have made a scrolling pattern myself but in the winter I don't do much scrolling. Instead, I stay in and paint, waiting for Spring to warm my shop and my old bones.

      Bubba
      "Live as though Christ died yesterday, arose this morning, and is coming back tomorrow."

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      • #4
        Bubba, nice painting! but I don't like enough this dog! Its face is not too nice...
        Best regards

        Simon MARTIN
        From France

        Visit My Gallery:Simon's Album

        You can also look at my pyrography galery: Martin's Album
        Website: http://decors.bois.peinture.free.fr

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        • #5
          Nice job on the painting, Bubba.

          I prefer my attack Guinea Pig, however.

          I've trained her to go right for the jugular, and she is cheap to feed.....timothy hay, lettuce and the occassional apple slice.

          Just look at those fearsome jowls. Trust me.....you don't want to get Snickers angry.


          Shawn Ferguson

          Come visit at The Ferguson Puzzle Company !

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Scrolling Days View Post
            Nice job on the painting, Bubba.

            I prefer my attack Guinea Pig, however.

            I've trained her to go right for the jugular, and she is cheap to feed.....timothy hay, lettuce and the occassional apple slice.

            Just look at those fearsome jowls. Trust me.....you don't want to get Snickers angry.


            Okay...just so you know...this could give little children nightmares. LOL
            "Live as though Christ died yesterday, arose this morning, and is coming back tomorrow."

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            • #7
              thanks Bubba I will post a picturer and the pattern when i get it done but not sure when that will be as i have had alot of special orders recently 2 buseness signs,3 portraits and some toys and plus i have a show next month to prepare for the tourest season is just comming to a close down here so after next month i think i might beable to relax some and then start making for next next shows which will start in september and october
              Erssel

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