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  • As with the rest of your work, it's up there in quality. It would be interesting though to have a go at it with watercolour, maybe a more impressionistic approach. It almost looks like it's in costume.LOL

    Posted by Chito Gonzaga on Sun 20 Feb 16:23:36
  • Your work is always fascinating...

    Posted by Yu Ping Eddy on Sun 20 Feb 19:56:24
  • Many thanks both of you. I agree Chito it would need a much more impressionistic approach to do this in watercolour and I'm not sure I can do that. As a breed it has very specific requirements for those cords. Maybe I'll have a go but you may not see it on here LOL

    Posted by Diana Hudson on Sun 20 Feb 20:55:05
  • This is just gorgeous, Diana! You've handled the light and the cords brilliantly. I didn't realise you did dog paintings. I'll be looking through the portfolio with interest, for sure!

    Posted by Seok Yam Chew on Mon 21 Feb 04:00:33
  • This is beautifully done, Diana. I admire your patience about drawing all those cords! Stunning!

    Posted by Mia Ketels on Mon 21 Feb 10:40:16
  • I am amazed at the time and incredible details that you have put into this painting! It is very good!

    Posted by Beatrice Cloake on Mon 21 Feb 11:17:29
  • Seok , I've been painting dogs only , for 30 years; everything else I started only in the last 9 years.

    Posted by Diana Hudson on Mon 21 Feb 11:25:27
  • Love this!

    Posted by Lesley Dabson on Mon 21 Feb 18:14:48
  • This is very three dimensional. I just wante to put my hand into that coat. Well done.

    Posted by Deborah Pugh on Tue 22 Feb 18:55:25
  • I didnt realise this was a real dog at first glance. i have never seen one of this breed. It is a fascinating painting.

    Posted by Judith Laux on Thu 24 Feb 13:40:47