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Anonymous

Posted on 2020-01-28 00:42:58 (Flag for deletion)



>For 5 years we had a really nice dog

>He's a st bernard with asymmetrical markings, named Mad-Eye Moody because one is around his eyes

>Mom brought the dog to hospitals as a therapy dog for sick people, they loved him because he was very placid and friendly

>He died of cancer

>My mom was heartbroken

>I painted a picture of him for her

>I used oil on the backing of a drawing pad, this cuts drying times significantly. I really enjoy this method and recommend it to anyone who wants to get into oils because you can even thin out oil pastels with liquin or linseed oil and it makes for an excellent underpainting.

>Gift it to her for mother's day.

>She cries

>Says she loves it

>However, she refuses to hang it up for about 6 months because she's so sad about the dog.

>I kind of felt like she hated it for doing so, I think she was just sad, but I think she actually likes it now. At the time I was extremely insecure about it though, thinking it was a really bad painting.

>I also really loved that dog and I miss him.

Pic related.

T. /loomis/ anon

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Anonymous

Posted on 2020-01-25 01:30:44 (Flag for deletion)

Danke anon

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Anonymous

Posted on 2020-01-24 04:58:23 (Flag for deletion)

Now do these eyes look green or blue to you?

Corgi

Posted on 2020-01-24 05:44:06 (Flag for deletion)

emerald/green

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Corgi

Posted on 2020-01-24 00:49:27 (Flag for deletion)

Rita is really cute in this pic, smh.

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Anonymous

Posted on 2020-01-23 02:22:55 (Flag for deletion)

This is making me nervous.

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Anonymous

Posted on 2020-01-21 06:55:09 (Flag for deletion)

The story behind this image is the artist was out on a hike when he found a stray dog (or it found him) with no collar.
His worry for the well-being of the dog made him contemplate taking the dog home, but much later in his hike he saw the dog trailing close behind a woman, easing his concern.

As a side note, how his art is makes much more sense to me now that I realize he's French.

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badman

Posted on 2020-01-20 00:53:22 (Flag for deletion)

A poster in a thread uploaded the first two images so I drew and posted the third (lewd) image in response. I later assembled all three images together for context. -8anon

Anonymous

Posted on 2020-01-20 04:46:10 (Flag for deletion)

So all the images you posted are made by you, or is 8anon an alias for any unnamed artist?

badman

Posted on 2020-01-20 15:00:40 (Flag for deletion)

>So all the images you posted are made by you
Yes. I saw one image I did tagged as another artist, corrected it, then went overboard tagging everything I had done and uploading other things I had posted over the years. In drawthreads posters still act like they've never seen me before since I don't really have a well-established style, only imitation. Nowadays I stamp an "8" in the corner sometimes, but not always. I kinda regret claiming everything I did now, but I already put so much time into tagging it so fuck it.

Again to be clear: I didn't make the first two smaller panels in this image, only the third lewd one.
-8anon

Anonymous

Posted on 2020-01-20 15:39:55 (Flag for deletion)

I'd hardly call that overboard, good stuff.

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Anonymous

Posted on 2020-01-15 03:26:26 (Flag for deletion)

Currently, there are seven pieces of art tagged bromont and six tagged richter_bromont, all by the same artist.

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Anonymous

Posted on 2020-01-02 06:15:21 (Flag for deletion)

I have no idea how this ended up upside-down, but I'm not responsible and I'm not gonna fix it.

Anonymous

Posted on 2020-01-05 07:25:26 (Flag for deletion)

That was me. The image kept getting rejected for being a duplicate or corrupted, so I flipped it. Good on you for tagging the child posts, by the way.

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Anonymous

Posted on 2020-01-01 04:36:38 (Flag for deletion)

Is this loss?


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