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Drawing Ponies

Drawing My creative process begins with drawing.  Because it is how I develop ideas, I feel that it is important for me to draw often.  I work at it daily, though I don’t always complete a drawing. One of my most enjoyable types of drawings are these “simple” works done with watercolor and graphite.  These […]

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If One is Good, Two Must Be Better (Horses) …Or?

After my success with the appaloosa (see previous post), I thought I would try two horses, up the complexity.  I succeeded in making a more difficult composition.  At the end of the 37 minutes, I thought I ought to be making more drawings of horses.   I did another study of my appaloosa model; fortunately […]

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A Horse of Course

I thought I’d switch subjects and work on 37 minute paintings of my horse models.  I use Breyer Reeves horses as my models.  They are small, which works better than I would think.  I don’t see as much detail as my mind wants.  I try to focus on the form of the horse as indicated […]

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