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Pixey's Gallery ~Christmas is Coming ~ 11/30/19

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I think what you've done with the original template is utterly fantastic.

I'm not sure whether the chicken is scary or the fact I find the thought of a chicken in a sort of bondagey get-up so brilliant ...

Love the shoulder armour

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Pixey, it looks like the chic is wearing an armor. I really like this. Really cute, too. By the way, it looks like Chicken Little. I absolutely love the tiny details and the texture of his robotic cover.

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Thank you @Welshy! I think I may have a try at doing a warrier sometime.

@DrewDale - Welcome, by the way to PDN, and thanks so much for commenting on the Chook.

@BBQ – Thanks a lot and so glad you liked her. I thought folks might laugh, as it's a tad unusual.

@Helen – So kind of you to say those nice things – thanks so much. I need to 'Google' Chicken Little, as I'm not familiar with that chicken.

@Yellowman – Wow! Thanks for that – much appreciated.

My days here in Florida have come to an end, for now, and I have to return to the Isle of Man for Christmas. I'm really going to miss my new-found friends:

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Late again,I must have missed this one.I did see the outline sketch somewhere.Anyway, outline, to this, amazing.You have really given it life.Nice how you have created the sheen to the metal especially on the shoulders.I remember now where I seen this.WotW robotic barnyard.

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Okay, I'm not entirely sure why it took me so long to get around to your gallery, but I'm feeling like I've really missed out! You have some INCREDIBLE pieces on display here! All of your pieces are so strong, it's impossible for me to choose just one as my favorite. You have a wonderful style and flawless execution. I, for one, will definitely be keeping a close eye on your gallery from here on out.

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@Dug - thanks so much - I really battled with the robot stuff.

@Red Beard - You are too kind to say all of that - much appreciated for sure.

@Skullboz - Hey, thank you - a lot!

And here is a quizz! Who do you think this is?

Hint: she's on this forum :)

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Oh my gosh! It's barbie! Awww...she looks really good. LOVE the details. I'm taken aback. Beautiful, beautiful portrait! Pixey, you draw really well. :)

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Pixey, what a wonderful portrait! I am stunned by the level of detail. The lipstick & the teeth are just spot on.

Even more kudos to you since the original is a tiny wee pic from my deviant art id.

A wonderful image, despite the subject :P Well done again Pixey & thank you for the lovely surprise & compliment.

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@Helen - thanks for the compliments on my drawing .... but, there's always room for some improvement .... I think it may be easier with a tablet, but I'm stuck on the mouse.

@Jim - it took me a couple of days to do BBQ. I begin from scratch (some people just paint over an image) and these are the steps I use:

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@BBQ - I am so glad you liked the portrait of yourself, and thank you for allowing me to use it in my Gallery. I thought it would be fun and glad you agreed :)

@Yellowman - thank you so much :)

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@Helen - Interesting that you ask about the colouring. I learned to do portraits in the grey scale, but am now learning to do it in colour right away. I believe it's a matter of preference and artists use both ways. I'm doing one right now (a famous fellow :)) which I'll post when completed. I'm not sure which way I prefer :( .... yet!

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Grey or colour first ? I dunno ... I have a job shaving some mornings let alone producing a portrait of this quality. Great shading and lighting going on as per ... and the way you get 'life' into hair is uncanny. It's 'run your fingers through' real

Awesome once again

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@Drydareelin - Thank you so much for your comments.

@Welshy - Glad you liked my take on @BBQ :)

Now for a change - A Cool Fellow - I suddenly realised I'd not done a chap before now :( This time I made it right away into colour and I think I actually prefer this method.

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I used this photo for reference : LL Cool photo

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Great job once again. You've certainly got the eye necessary to do all these wonderful pieces.

For whatever reason, in some portraits that I have done by hand (and where you would think that I would have better control), the finished pieces are somehow out of proportion, though they're still recognizeable. Maybe a face is a bit longer/shorter/wider than they should be. I never see any of these issues in your work.

Again, great work!

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He looks amazing! His shirt folds are stunning. This digital image has a realistic paint texture to it. Very nice! As always, top-notch work from you! :)

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