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Sunbathing walruses

Sunbathing walruses

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  • Wonderful!

    Posted by Tessa Gwynne on Sat 03 Feb 08:45:00
  • You use watercolour skilfully Ibolya.

    Posted by John Inkson on Sat 03 Feb 08:56:49
  • Just a thought Ibolya. No you have not copied it, you have made it your own. When photos are copied they can look rather boring. However you can turn a photo into art as your have done here.

    Posted by John Inkson on Sat 03 Feb 09:04:07
  • You've done a fantastic job on this 😀

    Posted by Linda Drury on Sat 03 Feb 09:41:59
  • Hope you wrapped up warm!!! Lovely combination of cool and warm colours has produced a cracking painting Ibolya.

    Posted by Barry Hulme on Sat 03 Feb 10:02:32
  • Two super watercolours Ibolya and I love the idea of 'popping over to the Arctic'..lol As John says, this is your own painting of the scene and it's lovely :)

    Posted by Louise Naimian on Sat 03 Feb 10:16:57
  • Lovely watercolour. I think we all must use Google images at some point. How often do we get the chance to get a glimpse of creatures in the wild? If we did it would be hard to photograph them in time to get a perfect image. I think if you take a few aspects of a photo then add your own interpretation then the finished painting is your own. But I do pay homage to the fantastic photographs that skilled photographers post on Google. How else could you get close enough to big cats, walruses or elusive hares, to name but a few, to be able to paint them.

    Posted by Janet Humphrey on Sat 03 Feb 10:39:07
  • So beautiful

    Posted by dennis rounding on Sat 03 Feb 10:44:27
  • Beautiful use of watercolour Ibolya

    Posted by Satu Vartiainen on Sat 03 Feb 11:38:47
  • Great painting Ibolya.

    Posted by Margaret Beynon on Sat 03 Feb 12:03:54