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    "It's in the Bag"

    Started this Sunday during the game. Goes a bit faster when no foliage in in the way. LOL

    Anyway this is a Pup named Ruby I found out. A friend took the picture and gave me permission to paint it then the puppy's owner saw this on another sight and said I hope this is as nice as your other Hint Hint.

    Fun little painting. 15x18"

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    I really hate doing fabric but it's coming out nice. The Black English Walnut turned out nice and hopefully I will get to the pup this weekend.
    The guy who owns the pup is getting excited to see the finial.......so am I LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Hawksford View Post
    I really hate doing fabric but it's coming out nice.
    Indeed, I'd be pretty pleased to have a gun stock that looked half as nice

    Do you just put a standard gesso on the fabric or do you do anything else?

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    Thanks Ryan it's all ink on paper, no gesso.
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    Beautiful! As always. Sure nice to have another picture to follow. Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Hawksford View Post
    Thanks Ryan it's all ink on paper, no gesso.
    Ah I misunderstood, you hate PAINTING fabric not painting ON fabric

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    lookun good dave,, is the pup a spaniel or setter?
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    I think the pup is a Brittney. I need to fond out
    Thanks
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    Puppy

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    I was able to get in a good long day in the studio yesterday.
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    Last edited by Dave Hawksford; 11-17-2013 at 04:04 PM.
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