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Cr1chton Featured By Owner Edited Feb 8, 2016  Student General Artist
You are one skilled artist. I quite admire your combination of craftsmanship, expression, and variety in style. Very enjoyable gallery. :)


Crichton
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The-Tinidril Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2016  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you so much! :D 

I had a look through your gallery and you are able to do something I've never been good at: caricature! I especially liked "Why Run, Man?", really nice modeling of the face on that one!
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Cr1chton Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2016  Student General Artist
Well thanks. A compliment by a quality fellow artist means a lot to me.

I am in a way surprised that you found that particular one so distinctive. My favorite works from my own gallery, as it is right now, would be the dog-owners drawings and the "Professional Junkie Corner Creep". And, I suppose, my latest two deviations. Well, that serves to prove how perception and preference are the farthest things from objective value.
I don't suppose you would, in your own gallery, consider 'Nigh Skiing" and "Picture Study" to be your best works. But to me, their atmosphere and perspective are just spot-on perfect. I enjoyed those two quite a bit. I actually think of "Night Skiing" as something I would see as the cover on a paperback thriller (and I am an avid fan of those).


Crichton
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richartemurillo Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2015  Student Photographer
Your talent is awesome! Beautiful gallery!
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:iconthe-tinidril:
The-Tinidril Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you so much! And thank for the :+devwatch: :D
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richartemurillo Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2015  Student Photographer
My pleasure!
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flamingodancer123 Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2013
Well, I have to say, that was enjoyable going through your gallery!!!  You are a very talented artist, we share a lot of the same interested I think, although I seem to be the only person on earth that doesn't watch Doctor Who!!!!  lol  I read about what you do, your charity work, and think  that is such a wonderful thing to offer!!!  Not just the essentials but another kind of essential, creativity, self esteem, a sense of worth.  If there is any way I can help, it would be a pleasure!!!  How are funded? Private donations?  I am not rich by any means, I struggle like so many others but would feel honored to help in sending either money or supplies or whatever you may need.  Please not me!
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The-Tinidril Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Anawim Studio is funded by me (most the supplies and equipment are from my former basement studio), and by supporters. Tax-decutable donations to the studio go through Anawim Christian Community, which is under the NW Mennonite Conference. You can specify that your donation is for "Anawim Studio" on the check or noted on an electronic transfer through PayPal. Thank you for offering to support us, it means a lot! :heart:

Don't watch Doctor Who??!? hehehehe If you have Netflix you can catch up and find out what all the hub-bub is about ;)

Thank you so much for looking through the gallery!
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flamingodancer123 Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2013
I do have Netflix, it's just finding the time and energy!!!  I take care of my 87 yr old Mom with dementia and also homeschool my 13 yr old son who has many disorders such as Tourette's, Autism, ADHD, Dyspraxia, mood disorder, OCD and a few more. he is a blessing to me, and a wonderful boy with many problems!!! So I'm tired early and we maybe watch 1 show a night and sometimes not even that.
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The-Tinidril Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Oh gosh! That is a lot to take care of! I don't know if your son likes to watch TV, but he might really like Doctor Who ;) But I know that sometimes kids with Autism spectrum can be sensitive to certain kinds of shows/movies/books. My pastor's daughter has high-functioning Asberger's (on the autism spectrum, plus OCD, anxiety disorder, etc.) and she is sensitive to violence, evil people/creatures, or even suspenseful situations, not only in movies and TV,  but also in books. Doctor Who is suspenseful, moderately scary, and does include violence like things blowing up, or violent aliens.
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