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Ruin the Beagle – Finished!

I finally got here. After a holiday break and messing about with my Facebook page which decided to do bonkers mad on me, I finished Ruin the Beagle. A huge thank you to Sue and Ruin for allowing me to … Continue reading

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Daler-Rowney Murano Pastel Paper

I increasingly prefer using pastel paper for coloured pencil pieces. It generally comes in a variety of colours, has a good tooth for holding the pigment and is tough and durable. Daler-Rowney’s Murano paper was the first one I tried … Continue reading

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Robin

After a trip to RSPB Lochwinnoch and a particularly infuriating time trying to get a little cheeky robin to sit still, I finally took a good reference photo. And so, my first bird painting. After the success of ‘Fletch’ I … Continue reading

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Fletch

Fletch is my elderly cat. A tabby with a flabby belly that we have had since he was 6 weeks old. He’s now 17 and is so rarely seen that visitors to the house ask if he is still alive. … Continue reading

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Snow Leopard

Back in January of this year, I attempted to paint a snow leopard. This was taken from a tutorial given by Christina Langman on her website www.bigcatart.com. Christina shows you the 3-step process of colour, blend/burnish, then detail to complete … Continue reading

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