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Old Saturday 27th August 2011, 22:38   #51
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Hi Punlop, welcome on board!

What a coincidence, I've just returned from a trip to Singapore where I've been seeing some of these birds in the wild for the very first time.

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Old Sunday 28th August 2011, 02:37   #52
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That last Pigeon was a sure black and white wonder Punlop!
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Old Monday 29th August 2011, 03:21   #53
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Beautiful paintings. Well done! Was in Thailand 2 weeks ago and enjoyed seeing some of these birds!

hello and welcome to thailand , I hope you have a great time here .
and what kind of bird did u see in thailand ?
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Old Tuesday 13th September 2011, 10:36   #54
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May i introduce one of my good old friend work .At first he's one of my student (but more like I give him some advise and suggestion ;no fee for those who interest )now as you 've seen he's got so much talent in this "ball rolling pen" technigue. In Thailand this kind of work is not as popular as abstract drawing which is why it's going to fade away ...
ps .I would like to post some of my works that are not about birds , is it againt web site's policy ? thank you



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Old Tuesday 13th September 2011, 10:37   #55
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Old Tuesday 13th September 2011, 11:06   #56
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That Chesnut tailed Minla is fantastic....

I presume its that species anyway...

ps..i don't know about what may be deemed acceptable re...'other artwork'...perhaps you'd best pm one of the moderators...?
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Old Tuesday 13th September 2011, 17:59   #57
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ps .I would like to post some of my works that are not about birds , is it againt web site's policy ? thank you
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There are already plenty of insects, animals and landscapes on other threads, so my guess is that it is not a problem. I'm sure many of us would like to see how you handle other subjects. Both you and your student have very nice work.

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Old Tuesday 13th September 2011, 18:32   #58
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There are already plenty of insects, animals and landscapes on other threads, so my guess is that it is not a problem. I'm sure many of us would like to see how you handle other subjects. Both you and your student have very nice work.

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Agree with Mike. I imagine the moderators will let you know if the work isn't 'appropriate'.
This is great work, by the way.
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Agree with Mike. I imagine the moderators will let you know if the work isn't 'appropriate'.
This is great work, by the way.
Yes post away.

By the way I spent about 30 years as an abstract painter. Now birds are my subject........
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That Chesnut tailed Minla is fantastic....

I presume its that species anyway...

ps..i don't know about what may be deemed acceptable re...'other artwork'...perhaps you'd best pm one of the moderators...?
Thank you for a delightful compliment!
I 'm wondering that could I post another work that is not about bird? 'Cause I saw some insects drawing post in this web...
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Thank you for a delightful compliment!
I 'm wondering that could I post another work that is not about bird? 'Cause I saw some insects drawing post in this web...
Personally, like others have said, i think anything 'nature-wise' is broadly acceptable...!

We all like art in all its forms round these parts....[i hope]...!
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I think I've seen insects, turtles, lions and other cats, stoats, cows, horses, otters, dogs and who knows what else here over the last couple of years. So feel free to post what you have. I'm sure we'll all be glad to see it.

Nice work from your student.
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Old Thursday 15th September 2011, 02:12   #64
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There are already plenty of insects, animals and landscapes on other threads, so my guess is that it is not a problem. I'm sure many of us would like to see how you handle other subjects. Both you and your student have very nice work.

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Thank you for the good advise.
Actually I do paint a lots of animals such as dog , cat or nearly extinct wild animal in thailand and plants.
I also do the medical illustration but sadly this kind of art is not get well recognition in my country....
I wil keep posting more of my works

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Agree with Mike. I imagine the moderators will let you know if the work isn't 'appropriate'.
This is great work, by the way.
Oh thank you
I will keep posting more of my work . Hope you all enjoy the upcoming post!
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Hello Punlop,
Welcome to BirdForum. I hadn't looked at BF for a while so only just spotted this thread -- but I had already spotted your 9/13 thread on the lannabird forum.....
Your paintings are stupendous! Please keep posting!
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Old Friday 16th September 2011, 08:38   #69
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Personally, like others have said, i think anything 'nature-wise' is broadly acceptable...!

We all like art in all its forms round these parts....[i hope]...!
Well thanks I've done a lot of nature painting.
I'll keep posting more of them.

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I love the Baza! You should produce a book or sell prints of these. I'd buy one for sure!
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All your paintings are sooo good, but I especially like your coppersmith barbets with the beaks full of berries.

oh and although this is a 'birdforum' this art bit actually says 'wildlife art'
so it's fine to post animals (and plants) of all kinds.
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A lot of character in that Golden Retriever, Punlop. It almost looks like he's friends with you.
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love the big puffy persian, great to see your work
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Crap ginger, Malay ginger, Spiral flag.
Costus speciosus(Koen.) Smith.
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I love the Baza! You should produce a book or sell prints of these. I'd buy one for sure!
Actually I've been thinking about having my own picture book and do the poster for a long time but i'll never been contacted by a publisher before. So If anyone who have an interest in my works and want to publish them please let me know.



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