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Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by dolfette, Jul 29, 2007.
i'm bored so i'm posting a few of mine.
I like the dog ones the best...
Very nice. Well balanced and soothing. I like the penis closeup in a1.jpg. Did you have a live model for that one? :tongue:
Very, very nice pictures. The simplicity of your use of form and color is quite pleasing to the eye. Hope that you will post some more.
I echo these sentiments, but isn't a1 a depiction of a breast?
He was being cocky...
Wow....I am envious. I have the desire, but not the talent. I find several of them quite haunting. The last one feels light and happy, but the others feel a little darker. Just me, I'm sure, but the nude reminds me of Tim Burton and his writings.
Beautiful! I'd put up some of mine but I wouldn't hijack your thread.
Oh - go on... or start your own thread...
it's how the game works...like being in school again.
i showed you mine!
Here, you can have this:
Adrift in the sea of life
I see the promised land, an earthen paradise
Ride the wave til you reach the shore
On a beach of white sand, pure
Here we are at peace, at home
Always be loved. Never be alone.
On this island theres a bounty
And its all well ever need; you and me
Away from the storms and nasty weather
Be here and be in love, forever
I am yours and you are mine
This love is ours. This love is divine.
On this island theres true peace:
No clouds in the sky, no waves in the sea
So look up at the sky, at heavens floor
A sky so vast and blue; azure
My mind, body and soul
Its all here. Its all yours.
On this island
you know i love your stuff!
You don't :tongue:
But thanks. I love the angel wings. Is it a self portrait? :wink:
Here's one: www.worldwidelennie.com/100_1009_small.jpg
I think they are beautiful. I really enjoyed the dog with his nose in the air, and the copulating couple.
you can paint water!!!!!!
i'm going into total envy mode now.
i could never do water properly.
yours is fantastic.
That's really quite beautiful, Hickboy!
Oh, thanks. The secret to painting water is horizontal strokes. If they aren't perfectly level, the water will run smack off the canvas.