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art... seahorse inspired of course!!!

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art... seahorse inspired of course!!!

« posted: 3 years ago »
in the small amount of free time I paint/draw/pastel/charcoal... I have not done anything in almost a year to a year. I got inspired and this is the outcome.

water color 5x7 roughly.. granted this is camera shot not scanned.




Working on an 8x10 currently. also water color, feels awesome to be painting again!!!
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« Reply #1 posted: 3 years ago »
What a nice painting wish I could do things like that,all you need to do now is paine a male with some babies.
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« Reply #2 posted: 3 years ago »
Hi Shaz,,,  ;D


That is a gorgeous painting you have done,,,, very detailed,, indeed. 

I use to tinker with drawings back when I was young,,,, lol but these days I have never much free time for anything,,,,,,,  although just of recent,,,, I did ,,, get,,, some artwork,,,,,,,,, seahorse inspired,,, of course  in the form of my new leg decor,,,,        what do you think?   8) 8) 8)


Shaz,,,,,
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« Reply #3 posted: 3 years ago »
love it I have plans for a sh tat as well, just have to figure out where I want to put it.
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« Reply #4 posted: 3 years ago »
Beautiful!

I dabble in drawing (can't paint worth a damn) and I can't draw seahorses. I don't know why, but it's something that really bugs me. My theory is that I am too "close" to it, so try too hard. I had planned a while back to try to draw a seahorse every day, but somehow never followed through. Maybe this is good motivation to get started again!

I've been thinking of a seahorse tattoo for a long time. I haven't gotten one yet, I don't know exactly what I want to get. I want the tail wrapping around somehting, so I thought about getting it on my hand, with the tail wrapping around my finger, but I'm not sure I want a hand tattoo. I thought about it on my foot, but I don't know I want a foot tattoo either. So I'm still thinking about it.
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« Reply #5 posted: 3 years ago »
I think everyone seems to have gone tattoo mad,it's not so bad on men but some women do not look nice if they have too many .

I am lucky enough to be too old to have such things,I will stick to haveing them on my wall and in my tanks
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« Reply #6 posted: 3 years ago »
I have to disagree. I love the widespread adoption of tattoos. I've seen people tattooed from their heads to their toes and when done right, it's amazing. I'm not sure it's for me. Then again, I saw a chest tattoo on a woman the other day that was BEAUTIFUL. And I thought to myself that when my décolletage starts getting permanent wrinkles, that might be a good camouflage. :)
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« Reply #7 posted: 3 years ago »
 I am not covered in no means....where to put it is my saying for placement of my art on my body where, it is going to look the same now as it will 50 years down the road. I plan on drawing it out like I have my other tats... I only have 3 btw. tastefully placed, and easily covered.  all in places /areas that will not change with age. believe it or not some places dont sag or stretch as you get old. its careful placement, and makeing sure what I am getting is what I want for life.
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