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Old 03-26-04, 08:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My next painting...?

Hello everyone,

As most of you know I am a painter. Well, I feel like painting something that you guys want to see, I find creativity from a group of people makes it a lot easier to pick out the best than from input from a few. Just say what you would like, such as a realism, abstract, etc, and then what animals you want to see. I am willing to do a collage of sorts and I will post a picture of it when I am done, in fact it will most likely be for sale.

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Old 03-26-04, 08:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I would like to see a realism picture of Emerald tree Boa in the Foreground and a monstrous Green Anaconda in the back ground.
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I'd like to see a depiction of the crocodile as god to one of the ancient civilizations of Africa
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I think any kind of chameleon would be pretty amazing but would also be real hard to paint(I imagine).
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heh, I am actually in talks with Rob St John from canadianfeeders and am doing a large banner for him that will have a chameleon, along with many other animals on it. Keep posting everyone!

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one thing that looks really beautiful in nature is clusters of monarchs getting ready to migrate to Mexico....I think a semi-abstract painting involving a cluster of monarch's hanging from a branch would look very cool! I've seen it done once long ago and it was only a small part of the painting....I'd like to see a painting focused on the cluster....actually...I'd like to hang that on my wall

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Hi Aidan. Do you have a web page with your art? I'd like to see what you've done. I've seen a couple of them on the posts and they were really good. Actually, people are always telling me I look like an artist but I'm not that good. I like doodling with felt-tip pens but I haven't done that for a while.

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Hey MartinW, I do have a page adjacent to Arachnomania's at http://arachnomania.net/paint.htm

There are only a few of my works on there. The self portrait pic did not come out as I wanted due to the digital camera, in life it looks almost identical to me. I have a few more pics on my other comp as well.

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I'd love to see a collage of some beautiful tarantulas, such as The Cobalt Blue, The Mexican Fireleg, A. Versicolors, etc. I'm sure you've done something like that already though as you're a fellow invert enthusiast.
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Hahaha, RedDragon, either you saw it before or it is complete coincedence, www.arachnomania.net , any of those inverts look familiar?

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