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White Wolf by merimask White Wolf by merimask
Another watercolor...a very stylized white wolf. I've noticed my art tends to be more about strong designs and less about composition. At least that's what comes easiest to me. I can do a landscape if I need to, but it's not my strong point. *shrug*

Like I've said before; I'd have made one hell of a tattoo artist. If only I could get past the blood. And the needles... O_O"

This has three of my favorite things in it. A wolf. The color blue (phthalo blue...my favorite shade of blue!). And that fun swirly thing I seem to like to do so much. :-)

This one is going to be in my print shop as well.
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SwirlyEyesHypnotize Feb 5, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Outstanding drawing, my friend, good show! ^^
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laurashellbow Jun 17, 2010
That is GORGEOUS! :D
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Agorphia Apr 17, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Amazing contrast. Very stunning!
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RegineSkrydon Apr 14, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
lol I have the same issue, and most the time my pictures are characters floating in dead space
Recently I've tried removing the white of the paper when scanning them and replacing it with the dA gray and it helps make the design pop and to make it seem less imcomplete as it lacks a background/setting

I'm the same way with needles, blood is fine, but I faint reguarly when I get my blood drawn lol
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merimask Apr 16, 2010  Professional Artisan Crafter
That's a neat idea re: using the DA gray for a background. :-)
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NiniriAZ Apr 13, 2010
Yes, I like the swirly-thingie, too. Seem like your liking of blue mirrors some of mine. <grins>
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merimask Apr 16, 2010  Professional Artisan Crafter
True! And the swirly-designs work on EVERYthing from dragons to horses...it's a fun design motif.
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NiniriAZ Apr 16, 2010
:D Have you incorporated it into any masks?
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merimask Apr 18, 2010  Professional Artisan Crafter
I guess the Okami masks have the same motif in a way... :-)
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Amirea Apr 13, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
this would make a great tattoo XD
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