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  1. #16
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    Cinny, you got pro skillz. I think hands are tough to do, and I really like the bottom girls hand. Very nice. The faces are nice, too.

    Here's something my sister made. I guess she had a showing, which was nice for her. She's going to UW (seattle) for a fine arts degree.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawgdriver View Post
    Cinny, you got pro skillz. I think hands are tough to do, and I really like the bottom girls hand. Very nice. The faces are nice, too.

    Here's something my sister made. I guess she had a showing, which was nice for her. She's going to UW (seattle) for a fine arts degree.

    THAT is amazing!

  3. #18
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    Do model ships, tanks, and airplanes count?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bronco_Armada View Post
    Do model ships, tanks, and airplanes count?
    Yes, I think so.

  5. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by CinnaMunMun View Post
    THAT is amazing!
    She will be thrilled to hear that, thanks! (Don't tell her, but I think what you do is more impressive)

    Dang...I'm a bad brother.

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    Finished coloring that one pic:


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    Quote Originally Posted by CinnaMunMun View Post
    Finished coloring that one pic:

    ZOMG that is soooo cool.
    ...capture it...remember it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CinnaMunMun View Post
    Finished coloring that one pic:

    SWEET JESUS that is ... SWEET!!

  9. #24
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    I have a few paintings I can scan in as soon as I technologically get up and running. I have my router and wireless internet working in my room right now, (Gosh, I work six hours) and I'm trying to get everything set up.

    I'm also hoping to get an easel in my room this year so I can paint in my free time, although I do paint in the lounge with many of my friends and residents. I'll have enough room in the corner of my pad, or perhaps somewhere in the middle to relax. I have a nice view of University Drive, but I've come to find that what I hear has a great impact on what I paint as well.

    Too bad I cannot get oils, I could - but to dry would take forever, and the cost is just so much.

    I might have some pictures uploaded somewhere online, or on my PC with some of my paintings. I'll look.

    Great thread, and I enjoy your work A-Owl.

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    Cinny, I have to agree. You have PRO skills my friend!
    Those are amazing drawings and the color shading on the last is unbelievable.

    We have some very talented members here. Keep that artwork coming people!

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    its not much but to me art is art. no matter how bad it is.

    i tried to draw a jungle



  13. #28
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    Those cheetah shorts are dope...where can I get some?

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    Love your work, Cinny.

    Beautiful, Chica! Art in it's natural form.

    I do bonsai. I'll try to post a picture of my dawn redwood. Might have to wait until hubby comes home. I'm also a fabric/textile artist.
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