Completed Darwin Carpet painting

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    rosequoll Well-Known Member

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    Finally finished the snake painting I started a couple weeks ago. Acrylic, a bit of interference powder (to create some scale iridescence). Approx 3ft long and 1ft tall.
     

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    Very good. I wish I had talent.
     
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    Thanks! It's all just practice. =) I've been making "stuff" forever, so I just have a lot of practice.
     
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    Wowwww, I love it!! Congratulations! :D

    (I miss painting...)
     
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    Then start painting again! =)
     
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    Once we move somewhere which has enough space for at least our dining table I plan to. ;)
     
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    Nice one, anymore herp related works on the horizon?
     
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    Planning on a gecko or two. I want to do a ringtailed gecko and maybe N. amyae? Haven't decided! Need to get some more canvas' though. I think I have some in storage somewhere. =)
     
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    Wow! Very nice mate. keep up the talent!
    Its good to have a hobby (outside herps I mean;))

    Myns Paracord...
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    ...a few of MANY!
     
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    How about a Dainty or red eye?

    I love the contrast of their blue legs/orange bellies...


    P.S. very nice artwork btw


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    nice painting! Thanks for sharing
     
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    Oh yes. Frog DEFINITELY. I'd actually love to paint a Litoria peroni. I like the 'cross' pupils and the great inner leg patterning. I have a few good photos I could use as reference as well.

    Gotta find a good shaped canvas for that though.
     
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