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Fluffybunny

Drawing in progress...

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I found this on goofball.com, and thought that some of the more artistic types here might enjoy this. It is an animated picture of the process of drawing a womans head. I thought it was neat and thought maybe some of you might get a kick out of it. I can't seem to draw a straight line with a ruler, so I will never be able to pull this off...

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That is really neat! Nice find, Fluffybunny! Too bad nothing could help my pathetic drawing skills. grin2.gif

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I have been practicing using the techniques of the above drawing in progress, and I think the results are pretty darned good...

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LOL

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wow, the original is amazing.

is that a drawing, or a painting?

fluffy, yours AWESOME!!

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fluffy, yours AWESOME!!

My style was slightly influenced by Da Vinci...

Just a little bit though, some folks say that they can spot similarites between our works...I personally don't see it, but art is always open to interpretation...

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whoa

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I have been practicing using the techniques of the above drawing in progress, and I think the results are pretty darned good...

laugh.gif Very nice!

I bow to your superior artistic abilities, Fluffy. notworthy.gif

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thumbsup.gif I like that!

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laugh.giflaugh.giflaugh.gif OOhh Fluffy ...I like your effort waaaay better <lol>

If you gave him a tuft of hair on top, he would look like "BURT" from Seasame Street cool.gifthumbsup.gif

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keep up the good work fluffybunny thumbsup.gif

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The painting has been done with pastels by the looks of it, but very cool find fluffy thumbsup.gif

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'thass a funny one.

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Fluffbunny, if you have the desire to draw and you are willing to, PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRATICE. You will be able to draw. I loved watching a guy on TV named Bob Ross. I was fascinated at the way he painted landscapes and seacapes. Watching him and listening to him inspired me. I decided to I can paint just like him. I simply decided I want to paint, and I can paint like him. Bob made clear two things, (1) DESIRE (2) PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE. After many HAPPY ACCIDENTS as he put it. I can now paint landscapes as well as seascapes.

I doubt I will ever be a so called MASTER. I do have hours of fun and enjoyment.

The series was called the Joy of Painting on PBS. Never give up. thumbsup.gif

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That first drawing is kick ass! The second........GOD LIKE grin2.giflaugh.gif

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in hte first one, i wish that, after they were through with her hair and everything, they didnt blur it all over.

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That is hilarious FluffyBunny. laugh.giflaugh.gifgrin2.gifw00t.gif

I wasn't expecting the Mona Lisa Artwork and in 20 minutes. I bet that's a world record. laugh.gif I needed that laugh thumbsup.gif

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I loved watching a guy on TV named Bob Ross. I was fascinated at the way he painted landscapes and seacapes. Watching him and listening to him inspired me. I decided to I can paint just like him. I simply decided I want to paint, and I can paint like him. Bob made clear two things, (1) DESIRE (2) PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE. After many HAPPY ACCIDENTS as he put it. I can now paint landscapes as well as seascapes.

Great site Fluffy! I alse watched Bob Ross and took up painting some years back After getting fairly adequate at that i took up wood sculpting and it has become the passion in my life. After seeing this remarkable and inspiring display

of work i am considering doing some painting again, thanks for the reminder!!

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And to think, it took me 2 days to do this one... disgust.gif

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