Pine Martin by Gwen Dick

Pine Martin

Pastel
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62 comments
oh wow the bark draws you in and then those cute ears and the eyes of this little cutie - wonderful work
over 2 years ago
Thank you Jules
over 2 years
This is lovely work Gwen. Especially the eyes. Brilliant!
over 2 years
Thank you so much for your comments Quentin.
over 2 years
just too gorgeous.......well done!!
over 2 years
Thank you Andrea.
over 2 years
Lovely work :)
over 2 years
Thank you James.
over 2 years
Stunning render just love the life in the eye's.
over 2 years
Thank you so much Barry.
over 2 years
Superb work Gwen - you're a VERY talented artist. Must look at your others later.
over 2 years
Thank you so much Alan, hope you like what you see.
over 2 years
The colours are amazing - I love the way the bark of the tree complements the pine martin. And it's all exquisitely drawn with a great contrast in textures.
over 2 years
Thank you so much for your lovely comments Jenny.
over 2 years
Very lovely and perfect well done, excellent
over 2 years
Thank you so much Patricia.
over 2 years
I'm sooooo happy that - quite by accident - I stumbled upon this...gem, gem, geeeeeem!! (ie. I spied it whilst leaving a comment for Barry Blake) Isn't this...woooonderful!! The colours!! The composition!! That meeeerry, wee face peeking out from that speeeectacular tree!! Adooore this!! 5,000* Hugs, Charlotte
over 2 years
I'm a great fan of Barry Blake's work Charlotte so this was a happy accident for me, I'm so glad you like my happy wee chappy. Thank you so much for taking the time to comment it really is very much appreciated.
over 2 years
sooo cute!
over 2 years
Thank you Pamela.
over 2 years
Fantastic detail, I love it.
over 2 years
Thank you Linda.
over 2 years
Yoyr pastel work is excellent Gwen. I have never seen or heard about these creatures, he looks so cute, How big do they get? I love the eyes!!!
over 2 years
Thank you for your comment Cyril, I'll take it as praise indeed from the master of pastel. I think I'm right in saying that the Pine Martin, Pole cat, Weasel, Stoat and Ferret are all of much the same family though the Pine Martin may be slightly larger than the others.
over 2 years
A beautiful piece, love the fur and bark on tree, just a joyfull piece!
over 2 years
Thank you Anna.. much appreciated.
over 2 years
Excellent work Gwen and welcome!
over 2 years
Thank you Dennis.. for your comment and your welcome.
over 2 years
Hi Gwen,
I'm the administrator for the group Animal, and I'd love you to add this picture to the group.
(accepted)
over 2 years
JC your invitation is very much appreciated thank you
over 2 years
Veru sweet and cute face, gorgeous painting

Hi, I'm the administrator for the group Colour harmony, and I'd love you to add this picture to the group.
(accepted)
over 1 year
Thank you for the invitation.. gratefully accepted.
over 1 year
Lovely work and a lot of detail,love the overall composition!!
over 1 year
Thank you Michael.
over 1 year
Oh, he's so cute! I love his face and all the detail you put into it. Nice work on the tree bark too. Excellent, Gwen!
over 1 year
Thank you Mary.
over 1 year
Wonderful detail again in this work Gwen , Love it! regards , John.
6 months
Thank you again John.
6 months
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