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Old Thursday 13th October 2011, 06:26   #76
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Awesome work Dougalis :). Simply Beautiful & Incredible skill...

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Old Friday 28th October 2011, 20:47   #77
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No birds to show or even mammals, but this time something else, a European chub from the Aquarium in Munich zoo, once again in black & white....
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Old Friday 28th October 2011, 21:21   #78
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thats!! FANTASTIC...mark
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Old Friday 28th October 2011, 21:53   #79
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Absolutely amazing - how on earth do you do that???
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Old Friday 28th October 2011, 22:02   #80
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Very dramatic!
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Old Friday 28th October 2011, 23:02   #81
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Absolutely amazing - how on earth do you do that???

Nothing more to say than this!!!
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Ditto Ken and Tim...!
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I might as well chuck my pencils away and take up painting by numbers. It's very absorbing I'm told.

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Old Saturday 29th October 2011, 18:00   #84
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a line that is loose and free, yet perfectly descriptive integrated with values that give dimension and depth, yes.....how do you do that
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Is there anything you can't draw brilliantly?! Great job.

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Absolutely stunning pieces of art! It was a great pleasure to go through it all. Really beautiful!

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Old Thursday 10th November 2011, 16:00   #87
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Danke Kathrin, Thank you all!
I feel overwhelmed from your comments!
It seems that I have to start to make thoughts how to reveal my secrets!:) :)
But until then let me share with you something else, something which looks like fieldwork
but it's actually not.
There are studies based excusively on my own video footage-they are of course not of BBC quality, but they help me a lot to understand better my subject... my beloved Bonelli's eagle and Levant sparrowhawk..

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Excellent stuff Paschalis - the use of video makes life so much more enjoyable
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Ill get my Coat (shoes, and what ever else i can carry)..........Anyone want some art stuff going cheap.?
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The sturgeon, well known as the "Caviar" fish, sketched today morning in Munich zoo...
overall view and close-up as well...
Very interesting creature!

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a master at work!!!! another fantastic set...why bother with paints, when you can produce
stuff like this with a pen...mark.
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a master at work!!!! another fantastic set...why bother with paints, when you can produce
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Not much more to say that this! Another splendid set of drawings, and once again a splendid sense of light.
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Thanks a lot!
Mark, the main reasons I used the Bic Pen for these, was first the low light
in Aquarium-there is no chance to get the colour tones right, and my limited time...
It is obvious that it's much easier to carry a couple of pens with me than paint boxes,
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You don't need them mate, carry on with the pens....mark...
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just fabulous - your eye sees so much - wonderful!
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