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I am a part-time pet portrait and wildlife artist living in the deep dark forest between the Royal Forest of Dean, Herefordshire and the Welsh border. A beautiful and inspiring place to live and create pet portraits and wildlife art.
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Friday, 10 April 2009

Amur Leopard by Wildlife Artist Karie-Ann Cooper

I've been very busy with my website and blog today. At long last I've managed to add a bar of networking icons, look above!!! I've looked everywhere on the internet for one and in the end I had to build my own, I expect to those of you who are seasoned bloggers and web designers this may seem so simple but I was going spare trying to figure it out. It would have been a lot less effort if I had simply tried to build my own from the beginning rather than spend hours on end trying to find one elsewhere, anyway I'm pretty chuffed with myself so there!!! I've also updated the home page of my blog, it will probably take a few hours for the changes to filter through and I intend to update each page on the website, no mean feat as I have almost 100 pages! I think I'll do a few at a time though. I still may go back to change my homepage so please don't be annoyed if something somewhere doesn't work properly just yet, if you find something broken just let me know. Anyway any comments on my homepage would be appreciated and suggestions would be welcome. I do think though the simpler the design the easy things are to navigate and thus my entire website will need revamping to follow this nugget of knowledge.
And this is the area where wild boar are aplenty. The oak trees provide them with ample food in the form of acorns to forage for and the hemlock at the back provide cover and it was the hemlock trees we were working on. There was plenty of evidence of them being there with muddy areas and chewed branches but luckily yet again they seemed to elude us, thankfully!!!!
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Kathleen Coy said...

Wow, looks good! It's always such a good feeling when you figure out computer stuff on your own. I sent you a facebook friend request. :-)

Sheila said...

wow.... the ability for you to be able to build your own website and that you have about 100 pages boggles my mind!

Hey this leopard is coming along GREAT! I love how your skilled whit rendering soft and shiny fur but still are adept at drawing hard, lustrous granite. You are awesome!

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