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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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Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Dog Portraits, Ralph



Here's a little more of Ralph appearing. His chest fur is very thick and it has so many colours in which you would normally never see unless you studied it but it's surprising how many shades, highlighting and shadows there are to be detailed to create the illusion of fur.

On a pet note, we have been assessed by german shepherd rescue and Stan will be coming to live with us on Saturday so there will be lots of photos taken for you all to get to know him, and we'll see how long he stays white (apparantly not long if his past records are anything to go by!). I've just been out in the local woods with Willow and Zac who both nag for a walk (and I'm quite mad at Willow as it's after a full day at work for her too) and soon we will be accompanied by Stan. I'm having a week off work to help settle him in and get him used to us rather than throwing him into the deep end with work straight away so we will be out and about in our woods non stop next week, I do hope the weather is dry otherwise I could be getting a bit soaked!
Also we are planning out our veg patch, we are just looking for a polytunnel so I will also be adding photos of that and you can see whether we have green fingers or not!
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