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https://i0.wp.com/www.nashadka.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Cabela2-e1475104075756.jpg?fit=700%2C521&ssl=1 521 700 Natasha https://www.nashadka.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/isthis-the-logo.png Natasha2016-02-17 14:49:582019-05-13 17:39:45How I Finished Up Cabela, The Hunting Dog
Time-lapse of Cabela Part II
When I paint in pastels, I usually start with the background (which incidentally is the opposite of how I paint in oils). You’ll find the video of the background process here.
The Things We Treasure
I love painting the true treasures of our lives – sometimes it is people and sometimes it is a very special animal. Cabela is the quintessential example of a loyal dog worthy of immortalization.
Again, her story and the time-lapse of the beginning of the painting is here.
I couldn’t be happier with how this painting turned out.
The Finished Painting
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