Crazy fish lady
- Dec 7, 2019
Those look amazing! I love the leopard gecko, he looks super realistic.I'm not much of a painter but recently I sculpted a gecko. My first real attempt making anything out of clay but I think it's come out pretty well...
The next challenge will be to paint it.
My niece also got my a 3D pen for my birthday so I drew her dog for her
And also drew Mbezi the Zebra (and made it glow-in-the-dark) She lives on a wildlife reserve is South Africa that I visit regularly and am happy to say this piece will be coming with me on my next trip to be gifted to the owner of the reserve.
Thanks, it had a few people convinced it was real for a second on a gecko group so am pretty pleased with it.Those look amazing! I love the leopard gecko, he looks super realistic.
Thank you. I've always been terrified of putting paint to paper and ruining an image so tend to avoid paint if I can help it lol.You're not much of a painter? Really? Not by the looks of it, I agree with LittleGoldSail, they look amazing!
There is an element of truth to both sides I think. Yes, some people might be born a little more talented or have stronger interests in certain things, but it truly comes down to practice.My drawing skills are mediocre at best, to be honest.
I knew a guy who was super talented at drawing.
He believed that anyone could become real good at drawing if they just practice a lot.
However, I think he's wrong. Unlike him, some people just don't have the talent that he had, myself included.
This look amazing!So last week my niece asked me if I knew anyone who could do a black and white painting of her dog or if I was willing to paint one, I really don't like painting and find it pretty stressful but decided to give it a go seeing as it was going to be in black and white rather than having to worry about colours. I've been working on it solidly for about a week now, not quite finished yet but nearly there, I'm guessing a few more days...
I think my sister will want me to paint her parrot next lol.
I also finished the glow in the dark care bear I made for my friends birthday which I drew with my 3D pen then painted with glow pigment.
I asked because Bella was in this condition when someone rescued her. It is easy to see where the brown fur ends and white fur begins, where all of the spots are, etc. Making it three-dimensional is the hard part.I think I would be able paint a cat the way it looked before. What exactly did you have in mind? A digital portrait, or a real painting made the old fashioned way with brush and paint? Do you have any photos of how the cat looked before?