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wow – im really liking this development in your work. Shadows look great, and the use of space/angle captured my interest strait away…
thanks zomboy … I played with adding something to the white corner, but nothing worked as well as the white void that the little dog is staring into … less is more
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oh Matt!!!!it’s brilliant… you are just the cleverest!!!
Ohh my…!! That is so cool Matt! Thank you so much! I’m going to save up for one to hang in my room! Hahahah! That is amazing Matt! It was great meeting you yesterday aswell! Thanks Matt!
it was great to meet you and your lovely parents, Ben … keep up the great writing and let us know what you think of Terry Pratchett
Gorgeous work. I’m luvin the little dog….Scarly is jealous
iAN has for years been describing Heymae as the “evil black bitch”, so it was a pleasant surprise to meet a tiny, well-mannered little poodle
He he he – when Scarly was little she thought her name was Jesus..
ps… Matt ~ the likeness to Ben is extraordinary, and it was so wonderful to meet you yesterday, it was just a really special time for us getting to know you, Sandra, iAN, Jennifer, Heymae, Bob and Bluey, i hope we can do it again and maybe you can get a few more words in next time… we are such a talkative bunch, great fun!!
I just spotted this and really old fellers like me are not supposed to dribble tears…I saw the original pic this morning and I could never believe what Matt has now done would produce the magic effect matt has created from a simple every day picture,,,Wonderful. iAN.
thanks iAN … now stop dribbling!
I hope I’ve captured Heymae’s general old-dog scruffiness
many thanks, iAN, for investing your ill-gotten dubloons in a laminated print of this!
thanks Bruce … I think from now on I’ll totally ignore the cardinal rule of keeping the horizon straight … quirky angles are much more interesting
Your the best! I just can’t get enough of this style of Art!