Fuzzy Mug #2 - 6" x 6", Transparent Watercolor I've decided to do a series of dog faces close-up. This is the second in the series.
I am excited about this series! I love the first and second. You don't happen to have a Saint Bernard to paint, do you (we have three of the goof balls)? :o)
Thanks Elizabeth! Nope, we don't have any Saint Bernard dogs. They seem like they'd be a great breed. And they're so cute!
Very nice Michelle! You really capture the light well! Oscar is so cute!! ~Heidi
This doggie has the zact same colouring as our mini weenie. Fine work!
You amaze me with what you can do with watercolor.
H Malott - Thanks! Oscar is a cutie. He's pretty sweet, too.Ron - Mini weenie dogs are very cool. Thanks.Jelaine - Thank you.
Really nice control of the medium. Fun subject matter.....
Thanks, Mike. I look forward to new illustrations on your blog.
Amazing work!! And thanks a lot for show the steps in the process, is very usefull because watercolour, for me, is very very complicated. Cheers.
another amazing piece Michelle - i can "see" the liquid of the eyes
Wow!! great job Michelle, good lights and shadows. It´s a good idea posting every steps of your paintings. I wonder what you could made with Photoshop ;)
Thank you Juampa! Glad you enjoyed the step by step.Thanks, Francho. Photoshop is such a great program, isn't it? It's amazing how much you can do with it. I find myself starting to look for the undo button when I make a mistake on a watercolor painting. Too bad it's not that easy. ;-)
Michelle, come and see me I promise I'll put two l's in your name.
You paint wonderful eyes - especially his left eye, where the sun shines on it.
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