Monday, March 14, 2011

My lizard

Here is another drawing that you are welcome to grab --- please let me know in the comments if you prefer drawings saved as a png instead of a jpg.

 It is really getting warm finally ... and maybe, just maybe winter is over? Or shouldn't I even think that out loud for fear of scaring spring away!




I am using my lizard to practice shadows ... can you even tell which lizard is under the noon sun and which one is enjoying light at an angle?

19 comments:

  1. Hi Cat;
    The shadows look great. Try the dot method also, you might like that method also.
    Have a GREAT DAY!!!
    Bob L.
    www.happycardmaker.blogspot.com

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  2. Cat, this looks great! I haven't started doing any practice w/Marianne's book yet, so now you're my inspiration!

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  3. I have trouble just drawing a box...you are doing a great job! Shadows look super!

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  4. Cat, you did awesome, they really look great.

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  5. This is a great lizard - now I have to think of a reason to make a lizard card.

    No, I can't tell by the shadows what time of day it is.

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  6. Thank you for this little lizard. I'm hoping I can make him look like a gecko.

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  7. thank you so very much for the beautiful digistamp
    that you also share with us all
    i´m new to the digistamps and happy when i find some nice digifreebies like yours
    I wish you many more creative years of bloging!
    snowbird1@freenet.de
    have a blessed day

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  8. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Your shading looks great. Thank you for sharing.

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  10. Thanks for the cute lizard. Will use him/her on a scrapbook page with a picture of my cat, Scratch. He had quite a history with lizards....

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  11. Thx for the lizard - pretty cool. I prefer JPGs.
    :)

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  12. Thank you very much for the lizard, the one on the right looks like he is basking in the sun to me!

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  13. Great little lizard and ideal for practicing shading

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  14. Great shading Cat! And thanks for the adorable gekko. My son used to have a lepard gekko...we lost him just before Christmas...no...not somewhere around the house lol...he died. But, oh he was cute. This will make a perfect image for a birthday card for my ds for his next birthday next year.

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  15. Thank you so much, with hugs Shirleyxxx

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  16. Thank you so much. I have a young boy that will enjoy that on his card Thank you bunches hugs Cathy

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  17. Thank you - he's sweet. I think I prefer .jpgs but either is ok.

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