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chele

I have been painting more now that days are cold. It has been raining and snowing making it hard to go out and collect. I am going to have to make a trip to Billings to buy more canvas! Any suggestions as to paint next would be great. I love getting input from members.

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xonenine

terrific Chele, I love the 3rd one! :)

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32fordboy

Very nice art. I love the middle one.

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ckmerlin

Wow ! excellent paintings , I paint a bit myself (Oils) but not to your excellent standard , whats your favourite medium water colours , oils etc ? Id personally love to see some marine scenes , or maybe ice age scenes

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Kosmoceras

Very nice pictures! Why not paint all the dinosaur you can find in your area?

Regards,

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32fordboy

Oh, an Ice Age scene would be very cool...something that makes you feel right there...lots of dark/twilighty colors and some cold fog.

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grampa dino

As always, great work :envy:

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sward

Outstanding, as always. :thumbsu:

I'd suggest painting your triceratops in a natural scene. What better background for your finished find than one of your outstanding paintings?

By the way, I assume since winter is moving in, you'll be able to have more time for prepping your triceratops. Taking the liberty of speaking on behalf of the other FF members, we'd love to see updates on your progress.

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KansasFossilHunter

Wow!

One word: Mosasaurs!

That would be pretty sweet.

Do you ever sell any of your work?

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chele

Wow!

One word: Mosasaurs!

That would be pretty sweet.

Do you ever sell any of your work?

Thank you. I had done a Mosasaur a while back. One of the members(Sharkbyte) had done a trade for it. I also had posted some paintings in the trade/sell section a while back.

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Wrangellian

Nice work as always, Chele.

I always like paintings that take into consideration all the flora and fauna of a particular formation and reconstruct a scene. A little Ginkgo, Glyptostrobus or whatever, insects in the foreground, larger animal(s) in mid-background... whatever is found in the formation.

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Vordigern

great job Chelle, I always enjoy seeing your work. I was complaining last week about having to travel 20 mins for decent art supplies, just curious, how far is your trip for canvas

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mikeymig

How about an ite (ammonite,trilobite). Something that's not dying or fighting. Maybe an ancient, marine, love affair. ;)

Mikey

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chele

great job Chelle, I always enjoy seeing your work. I was complaining last week about having to travel 20 mins for decent art supplies, just curious, how far is your trip for canvas

Thank you. I have a six hour round trip to get my supplies!

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Fruitbat

Superb work, chele! Just putting in MY two cents worth...I'd love to see some scenes of the Miocene and/or Pliocene terrestrial faunas! There are a few good pictures out there of whales and sharks of that age but, as far as I know, very few depicting a scene in the North American mid-section. Of course...one scene I've always wanted to see would show a couple of Homotherium (scimitar cats of the Pleistocene) stalking a baby mammoth while its mother and the rest of the herd try to protect it.

-Joe

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jpc

HI chele-

Nice work. And since no one has said it yet, and becauise its true... I like the first one.

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Nandomas

I love the first one, very impressive :)

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Coco

Me too I prefer the 1st one ! :thumbsu:

Coco

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cowsharks

Chele, I would say how about a painting of some Triceratops'! I'm sure you could get some inspiration from your recent Trike finds.

Daryl.

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Raistlin

I would love to see a stegosaurus.

BTW fantastc work.

Edited by Raistlin

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Roz

You are truly one of my favorite artists!

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