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Forum: Wildlife Art Saturday 10th April 2010, 09:05
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Posted By mosca
Very nice picture. Once again you have managed to...

Very nice picture. Once again you have managed to get the character and movement of the subject and work it accordingly in style and materials you use. This one reminds me of the classic pose you see...
Forum: Wildlife Art Thursday 1st April 2010, 14:18
Replies: 1,795
Views: 165,407
Posted By mosca
I agree land sea and air there are always some...

I agree land sea and air there are always some weirdos. I'm lucky enough to have a pair of Damon diadema and every time I see them I think, " what the....."

Ché is also popular in Andalucía too.
Forum: Wildlife Art Thursday 1st April 2010, 14:08
Replies: 12
Views: 1,679
Posted By mosca
Well solitaryVSong, I did wonder if my absence of...

Well solitaryVSong, I did wonder if my absence of information would be noticed. ;)

I agree with a lot of names already mentioned, thought there are definitely some worth exploring on that list...
Forum: Wildlife Art Wednesday 31st March 2010, 09:43
Replies: 12
Views: 1,679
Posted By mosca
Which non wildlife artist inspire your work?

I hope I'm not being too nosey asking this one but I am curious. We have had a wildlife artist post so which is any non wildlife artist?
Who inspires how you work, what you work on or why you do it?
Forum: Wildlife Art Wednesday 31st March 2010, 09:36
Replies: 1,795
Views: 165,407
Posted By mosca
Great!!!!!!!!:t: I love these lolloping beetles....

Great!!!!!!!!:t:
I love these lolloping beetles. Almost like a mad tortoise of the bug world. I have no idea what type of rhino beetle that is but it's a bigg'n.
Thanks for posting.
Forum: Wildlife Art Wednesday 31st March 2010, 09:32
Replies: 4
Views: 1,324
Posted By mosca
Good link. You can almost see the falcon's next...

Good link.
You can almost see the falcon's next move in body language, in the top picture
Forum: Wildlife Art Wednesday 31st March 2010, 09:28
Replies: 51
Views: 4,027
Posted By mosca
Thanks for the comments and thoughts everyone, I...

Thanks for the comments and thoughts everyone, I appreciate them.

solitaryVSong, feel free posting here, it's not my thread so say whatever you like.




I agree colleenc and it is something I'm...
Forum: Wildlife Art Tuesday 30th March 2010, 21:10
Replies: 51
Views: 4,027
Posted By mosca
Lol, well I did find it a little belittling but...

Lol, well I did find it a little belittling but that could be my own insecurities about the work. As it is new territory, to me, there is a certain amount of unease in it. The colour thing is just a...
Forum: Wildlife Art Tuesday 30th March 2010, 20:39
Replies: 51
Views: 4,027
Posted By mosca
I do know what you mean Nick, but as someone who...

I do know what you mean Nick, but as someone who leans towards impressionism I'm surprised to hear you say that. hunterpaul very nicely said " you can almost see the colour" not you can see it. I'd...
Forum: Wildlife Art Tuesday 30th March 2010, 19:04
Replies: 1,795
Views: 165,407
Posted By mosca
being a bit of a bug fan I d love those bark...

being a bit of a bug fan I d love those bark beetle photos. They certainly like to use up all available space.

I have to agree with Nick on the shadows of the stools on the floor photo. It's great...
Forum: Wildlife Art Tuesday 30th March 2010, 18:50
Replies: 2,633
Views: 268,637
Posted By mosca
very nice Arthur, I especially like your lines...

very nice Arthur,

I especially like your lines in the thrid picture along. Nice and sure but still demonstrating the softness of plumage.
Forum: Wildlife Art Tuesday 30th March 2010, 18:46
Replies: 51
Views: 4,027
Posted By mosca
LOL, well this is certainly the place to come if...

LOL, well this is certainly the place to come if you are feeling a bit insecure about a picture.
Thanks very much for the kind and encouraging words. :t:

I think I have found a compromise with the...
Forum: Wildlife Art Monday 29th March 2010, 15:11
Replies: 51
Views: 4,027
Posted By mosca
A couple of new dawings. The first I was asked to...

A couple of new dawings.
The first I was asked to draw (don't worry it's not christmas :smoke: ) the others a quicker picture with background (of sorts).
Forum: Wildlife Art Monday 29th March 2010, 14:13
Replies: 1,795
Views: 165,407
Posted By mosca
Ah great!! Looks like a stilpnochlora...

Ah great!! Looks like a stilpnochlora couloniana?
I have a young one on me desk here, though I have never seen them in the wild.
Lovely photographs all round though. I especially like some of the...
Forum: Wildlife Art Monday 29th March 2010, 12:44
Replies: 1,795
Views: 165,407
Posted By mosca
Very nice, lovely tree too. I don´t suppose you...

Very nice, lovely tree too.
I don´t suppose you also took any photos of local spiders?
Forum: Wildlife Art Sunday 28th March 2010, 14:02
Replies: 3,828
Views: 328,310
Posted By mosca
Maptastic Tim B (:

Maptastic Tim B (:
Forum: Wildlife Art Sunday 28th March 2010, 13:55
Replies: 139
Views: 17,953
Posted By mosca
I've not got a name but a lovely picture. It...

I've not got a name but a lovely picture. It demonstrate their comical gait especially in the beautiful reflexion.
Forum: Wildlife Art Friday 19th March 2010, 07:58
Replies: 1,882
Views: 137,578
Posted By mosca
The Dance of the Egrets ;) I agree with you...

The Dance of the Egrets ;)

I agree with you about egrets, They seem to have an inner glow and no matter how many there are or what other species is around they still have an ability to stand...
Forum: Wildlife Art Friday 19th March 2010, 06:58
Replies: 25
Views: 2,277
Posted By mosca
Your use of colours really shows the beauty of...

Your use of colours really shows the beauty of these birds and there is so much too them. Lovely Pic and lovely bird.
Forum: Wildlife Art Thursday 25th February 2010, 13:40
Replies: 2,633
Views: 268,637
Posted By mosca
THis one really is coming on well. I can't wait...

THis one really is coming on well.
I can't wait to see the next update.
Forum: Wildlife Art Thursday 25th February 2010, 13:32
Replies: 1,943
Views: 179,943
Posted By mosca
Lovely sketches, especially the water colour one....

Lovely sketches, especially the water colour one. It's good to see them from a good birdwatching angle but hard to draw angle. Lots of nice fluid movements too.
Forum: Wildlife Art Thursday 25th February 2010, 13:20
Replies: 13
Views: 1,725
Posted By mosca
We have lots of swallows buzzing frantically...

We have lots of swallows buzzing frantically around our roof and caterpillars nesting, So spring is here( well sort of here at least).;)
Forum: Wildlife Art Thursday 25th February 2010, 13:10
Replies: 51
Views: 4,027
Posted By mosca
Thank you to everyone who has posted ;) All...

Thank you to everyone who has posted ;)
All feedback is helpful and very nice of you, also extremely helpful.
The links and suggestions have enabled a bit of homework too (that is a good thing...
Forum: Wildlife Art Tuesday 23rd February 2010, 15:13
Replies: 51
Views: 4,027
Posted By mosca
Well I have had a go at a background and I think...

Well I have had a go at a background and I think the good news is that it can get better 8-P

I will plug at it and hopefully get better, though I do still like the emptyness of a white background...
Forum: Wildlife Art Tuesday 16th February 2010, 18:43
Replies: 8
Views: 1,145
Posted By mosca
I would say, draw, draw and do more...

I would say, draw, draw and do more drawings.
Carry a small pad and pencil or pen with you everywhere. Whenever you get the opportunity draw something, your foot, something on your desk, a person in...
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