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A friend of mine thinks donkeys are such noble animals… well, this ain’t no donkey, however, I do sense some nobility residing in this creature. So thank you close friend for making me see more….
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Oh, what a beautiful and, yes, noble image, indeed. Exquisite texture work, Paul.
ha ha first post…. beautiful work paul…..
Superb image Paul.
my goodness, how long is this beast,,, looks like its been on a stretching machine!! The horns are really cool,,, fantastic image as always Paul,,,, well done
…i’m fascinated with animal portraiture… thanks Wendy!
– Paul Vanzella
He looks regal and has the head wear to prove it, what a portrait. So outstanding.
…glad you think so, Lisa… he was amazing live!
Reminds me of one of those turn of the century paintings by lesser (and greater) artists who made their living by painting peoples livestock – that painterly background sets the scene for the gloriously lit moocow with the big rack… nice one, Paul! xoxox
yes, he does have a big rack…. love your words as that is exactly what i was striving for… animal portraiture is so fascinating and I study it in art how they are depicted… thanks you so much!
Very well done Paul. A different but great subject.Davo
love finding new subjects I have an affinity with.. thanks David!
Is that Captain Goodnight or Rowdt Yates in the back ground? Great image Paul.
This reminds me of Landseer’s paintings – brilliant.
wow – what a compliment, just checked out his work.. THANK YOU!
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