Here are a few final shots of Toby. I’m pretty pleased with how he turned out. Over the next day or so I’ll put some additional shots on the Flickr site, under “links” at the side of this page.
Thanks Cheryl. I’m really happy with the way that it turned out. The canoe paddles and the little ( and I mean, little ) working decoy was fun to add to the scene.
Magnificent! You are so talented. 🙂
That’s what makes your pieces unique the fine detail you do. I can tell its a labor of love and not pure labor. I can’t wait til you start on the hounds. Make them as silly as you like. 🙂 they are very silly dogs in person.
Thanks E.C. for visiting the site often and leaving your nice comment. Toby was a bit of a departure for me in doing something more “realistic” than a caricature. I enjoyed it. Mark.
Thanks Cheryl. Having a little Sheltie at home, I know about silly dogs. I’ll be getting started on the hounds soon and am looking forward to it.
Fantastic post however , I was wondering if you could write a litte more on this subject?
I’d be very grateful if you could elaborate a little bit more.
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Niagara Carving Show, April 1st; Quinte Carving Show, April 7th & 8th, Belleville