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badinspiration:

Just having a lot of fun today. 
I’ve printed out “Home in Sight” for the client and I’ve gone over it and put on the finishing touches with acrylic. Looked to the great artist Petar Meseldzija all during this commission, and I think I’ve learned alot from studying his work.
Next up are these portraits, which I am super excited about. I’m testing out a new transfer method for sketches, so that I can keep the awesome wood-grain texture in the background. I’m scanning and copying my sketches onto transparencies, and then adhering them down with clear-drying acrylic gel. The Shiba Inu portrait dried perfectly— I’m so excited to paint on these! :D
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badinspiration:

Just having a lot of fun today. 
I’ve printed out “Home in Sight” for the client and I’ve gone over it and put on the finishing touches with acrylic. Looked to the great artist Petar Meseldzija all during this commission, and I think I’ve learned alot from studying his work.
Next up are these portraits, which I am super excited about. I’m testing out a new transfer method for sketches, so that I can keep the awesome wood-grain texture in the background. I’m scanning and copying my sketches onto transparencies, and then adhering them down with clear-drying acrylic gel. The Shiba Inu portrait dried perfectly— I’m so excited to paint on these! :D
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badinspiration:

Just having a lot of fun today.

I’ve printed out “Home in Sight” for the client and I’ve gone over it and put on the finishing touches with acrylic. Looked to the great artist Petar Meseldzija all during this commission, and I think I’ve learned alot from studying his work.

Next up are these portraits, which I am super excited about. I’m testing out a new transfer method for sketches, so that I can keep the awesome wood-grain texture in the background. I’m scanning and copying my sketches onto transparencies, and then adhering them down with clear-drying acrylic gel. The Shiba Inu portrait dried perfectly— I’m so excited to paint on these! :D

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Confused husky pup

He’s not expressing confusion, he’s tilting his head for better sound localization. While having an ear on each side of the head is good for lateral echolocation, tilting the head so that the ears are offset gives it vertical depth.

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Oh my gosh, that explains why some dogs put their head to one side when you talk to them. They’re not confused, they’re trying to listen to us better. Awww.

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