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Old Wednesday 17th January 2007, 23:29   #1
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3 Mediumsfrom My Sketch/practice Book

1 Kingfisher pencil. 2.Barn Owl pastel. . 3.European Bee-eater coloured pencil

Its my practice book, not my feild sketch book.These haven not been incorporated in a picture yet.
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Old Thursday 18th January 2007, 13:52   #2
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1 Kingfisher pencil. 2.Barn Owl pastel. . 3.European Bee-eater coloured pencil

Its my practice book, not my feild sketch book.These haven not been incorporated in a picture yet.
Very nice work, all of it. Barn owl is really nice. Dont see much pastel work here, shame, lovely medium in the right hands. Cant really do it myself as I am left handed and tend to smudge it as i go as a result..
Come to think of it we dont see a lot of birds in flight either!
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Very nice work, all of it. Barn owl is really nice. Dont see much pastel work here, shame, lovely medium in the right hands. Cant really do it myself as I am left handed and tend to smudge it as i go as a result..
Come to think of it we dont see a lot of birds in flight either!
thanks. I do like to draw and paint birds in flight, its a challenge. Arthur
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Arthur, your work is excellent, keep 'em coming.
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Arthur, your work is excellent, keep 'em coming.
Thanks there are a few more asi have only just joined, Arthur
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Even though you've used different media, your style is clearly stamped on all three. Like others I love to see birds in flight.

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Even though you've used different media, your style is clearly stamped on all three. Like others I love to see birds in flight.

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Im'e glad you like, I like the challenge of putting movement in the air. Arthur
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