Wolves for Fiona pen and coloured pencil

Wolves for Fiona pen and coloured pencil
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I think you have successfully triggered the enthusiasm lovely job Malcolm

Thanks for that Dennis, it's fingers crossed time now.

Challenge well met Malcolm, excellent example of the Wolves and in their terrain. Love the shadows in what I expect are the paw prints and the twiggy foreground! I hope it's gone some way to unblocking the artistic flow.....lol My turn now, so I had better get off the computer and get to it!

Love the paw prints :) beautiful

Thank you for that Ruthy appreciated. Fiona, thank you, I don't know about unblocking the block, doing that wolfs head was enough to put me off painting and drawing forever, thank heaven for trees and twiggy bushes that was my escape instead of a pure study of a wolf, all I have to do now is keep it going.

The wolves are amazing and lovely paw prints Malcolm, I Love it :)

Glad you like it thanks Maria

This has nice arty feel to it Malcolm well done .

Thank you for that comment Dennis, appreciated.

I also find animals difficult Malcolm but well done, These wolves look like wolves with lovely thick coats.

Thank you Carole, praise indeed much appreciated.

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26/09/2015
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This was done in response to an idea by Fiona to try and get me out of my 'painters block' we agreed to each try and paint something we were not normally comfortable with, I selected animals as I usually avoid them like a bad smell. I selected Timber Wolves because I have always loved these animals since I first saw them in an open air enclosure at a place called Sewerby Park on the East Coast when I was quite young, they are long gone now. So Fiona this is my offering and thank you for the idea, I hope I can keep going now.

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Malcolm Buckley

I have always loved the outdoors and have climbed and walked in various places in the world, after giving numerous slide shows and talks about my trips to raise money for charity, i realised the slides and photos did not do what i saw justice, so I decided to start trying to paint. I am self taught…

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