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Seeing your painting, reminds me I should probally take the time to paint my little dog also. Very good rendering, looks very life like.
No need to fix a lovely dog, it is perfect!
I like it the way it is - Having everything done perfectly is nice but when it's not it adds dimension - leave it!
Have a wonderful day!
... looking really hard (and critically) if anything is out of balance it is those ears - we are looking right at the centre of his face but the ears are positioned slightly differently on his head - the left hand one is more tilted backwards and I don't mean the ear flap I mean the part of the ear connected to his head ... not sure if that makes sense
I like him very much as he is - gives him a cheeky character and a story to tell ... we quite like stories to accompany the pictures hereabouts
There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it. Edith Wharton
is free to variate, so correct what you want )
I agree about the neck.
Better keep yourself clean and bright; you are the window through which you must see the world.
(George Bernard Shaw)
FUNNY DOG, MAKES ME LAUGH! MADE PERFECT!!
Something seems to be wrong here, but I can't decide what
But, if you feel there's really something wrong about it...
I think, might be the shadow on the neck is to much, how about let some light reach its neck? I feel the relation between them is a bit weird.
Hopes help to solve your puzzling.
Drawing is about studying yourself and your target.
but don't see anything that could be wrong. His ears are huge, but I know these little doggies have big ol' huge ears.
“Always remember, you’re braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think” ~Winnie The Pooh