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Old Sunday 24th July 2011, 06:57   #76
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love that owl and nice to see progress shots of the crake
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Old Sunday 24th July 2011, 18:54   #77
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Both stunning Hannah!

I love the light on the Little Crake especially!
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Old Monday 25th July 2011, 19:05   #78
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Have to finish this tomorrow....


I have to finish this painting tomorrow. Pleace fellow artists, give me feedback what I must correct or make again. This triptych is painting of Redstarts summer, august and winter. Red of the leafs is not really that red in the painting.
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Old Monday 25th July 2011, 21:28   #79
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Looks good to me as is Hannah!
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Old Monday 25th July 2011, 23:22   #80
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No need to worry, Hanna - just continue as you are doing; it's a truly stand-out piece of work. Excellent!
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Old Tuesday 26th July 2011, 09:56   #81
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I'm fascinated by your backgrounds Hannah...so tell me, if you would, is the light source in triptych emphasized by the flash photography of picture...?

Looks superb anyhow...

ps...the pine tree branches in previous owl pic were beautifully designed and executed...[i keep going back to have a look at that one]!

All the best...
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Old Wednesday 27th July 2011, 02:13   #82
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Hannah,

This is perfect. Because it represents what you do. If anyone questions this piece, it will be from a "birding standpoint." (About feather tracts, or somesuch nonesense in an overtly pedantic manner probably...)
If such criticism should occur, face to face? Hand them a paint brush, paint and pallette. Then ask them to show you how it should be done?

I know Redstarts. I appreciate so well how you have portrayed them.


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Old Wednesday 27th July 2011, 18:25   #83
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it`s perfect for me!!
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Great concept and execution on the triptych, Hanna!
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Here is one new. Again almost in miniatyre size. It is 15x15cm and woodpecker is roughly 4cm. It is difficult to take decent pictures of these. Full sunlight seems to work best, but it was not available anymore

I should still finish one painting for exhibition starting next saturday... 19 paintings are framed and ready to go.
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Old Sunday 14th August 2011, 17:05   #86
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Now I have finished all paintings for the exhibition. There will be 20 paintings from me and other 40 works from fellow artists. There is some paintings that I have not shown here. So you are welcome to my web gallery

Unfortunately the gallery part is still only finnish, but blog has english version too.
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Astonishing Great-Spotted Woodpecker Hannah. The light is just a dream!

Very good luck with the exhibition!
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This autunum has been busy with illustrations and other works.

My latest: Here is wearable painting. Wallcreeper painted on Japanese silk haori.
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Here is 2 illustrations I have made last weekend.

Insect is Deer ked and birds Golden eagle with ravens. Unfortunately taking photo from eagle painting was difficoult and I am not happy with picture even after lots of work with photoshop.
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certainly got the power of the Goldie and love the posture
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certainly got the power of the Goldie and love the posture
I think Arthur has it exactly right. I only looked at these quickly yesterday and planned to come back today. I'm not sure if I would have noticed right off what Arthur has said, that there is a real sense of power in the Goldie. But when you notice it it's hard to miss.
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That Back-creeper is out of this world - absolutely superb!
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Old Monday 6th February 2012, 18:42   #97
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Litle bittern pendant and one illustration picture that has been colored with photoshop.
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I like that bittern pendant Hanna.
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Hi Hanna, the fly is breath-taking!

Greetings
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Old Saturday 18th February 2012, 17:45   #100
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Hi Hanna,

Like the Bittern, what program did you use to draw the Widgeon, i could see you using something like Adobe illustrator to do some of your jewellery design.
Love your site, Short Eared Owl fav

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