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Tonka the Mighty

by Kathleen Smolinski
(Hartland, MI)

Tonka The Mighty

Tonka The Mighty

Decided to paint one of the school ponies at the farm I teach at. Caught him in a photo actually looking regal. I removed the gate that was in front of him. (The beauty of painting - you can alter things.) Concentrated on the eyes, first, and then tried to paint what I saw, not what I thought it should look like.

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Jun 17, 2015
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Sep 22, 2012
Bravo ! NEW
by: Anonymous

L'oeil du cheval est superbe, vivant, expressif !

Oct 21, 2010

Good for you! So many people paint what they "know is there" rather than what they see. You did a good job.

Oct 21, 2010
Very well done!
by: Anonymous

You did a wonderful job. Horses' expressions are not easy to capture. I can almost smell the barn in this one.

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