Pine Martin by Gwen Dick

Pine Martin

Pastel
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sooo cute!
over 4 years ago
Thank you Pamela.
over 4 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 4 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 4 years
A beautiful piece, love the fur and bark on tree, just a joyfull piece!
over 4 years
Thank you Anna.. much appreciated.
over 4 years
Excellent work Gwen and welcome!
over 4 years
Thank you Dennis.. for your comment and your welcome.
over 4 years
Hi Gwen,
I'm the administrator for the group (deleted), and I'd love you to add this picture to the group.
(accepted)
over 3 years
JC your invitation is very much appreciated thank you
over 3 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 3 years
Thank you for the invitation.. gratefully accepted.
over 3 years
Lovely work and a lot of detail,love the overall composition!!
over 3 years
Thank you Michael.
over 3 years
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 3 years
Thank you Mary.
over 3 years
Wonderful detail again in this work Gwen , Love it! regards , John.
over 1 year
Thank you again John.
over 1 year
I love your work! Beautiful!
Deborah anne nero
over 1 year
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Do you paint ever in watercolours as well as acrylic , oils. If so what is your favorite medium to paint in ?
I like it, Michelle and like you am how just getting into watercolours ( instead of pastels). I find that it is difficult to get strong colours and contrasts.... view answer
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