by R H (Rhonda) CARPENTER
So so wooly. GREAT textures and very nice job! Way to go.
Rhonda,The texture you got with this is great! He really is a furry beast, huh? My only nit-pick would be to use some of the dark background color in the deepest folds of his neck and in his ears to set a darker "darkest dark" value. I like your three-color projects, they are interesting. I am up to my neck in Christmas sale art projects so can't get anything else done, it seems, right now. I sold so many of my 4x4 petroglyph clayboard "tiles" last weekend that I am doing an assembly line production of more before this coming weekend's sale. I'll post some of them on the blog when I get done since I am using some newer petroglyph designs I photographed this summer in New Mexico. They are cool! Sales two weekends in a row are a real challenge!
Hi Rhonda, I have tagged you in the internet networking game. Check my blog site for the rules. I enjoy reading your blog and seeing your work and want to spread the word for other's to enjoy it, too.
Susan, I thought the same thing - that I should have put a touch of that dark into the horns and shadows but I felt that was cheating for some reason (we are supposed to use 3 colors + white and black and I wanted to try to get dark with just the 3 main colors). Isn't it great to be selling these so well that you have to make more?? Make twice as many as you think you need - then you'll have them for next time, too! The texture is just brushwork - no special granulating colors or anything :)Sandy - thanks so much for always checking on my stuff :)Myrna - gotta go see what I need to do now that I've been tagged!
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