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Egyptian Camel Choir

Posted by tullo on 17 Nov 2022, 19:10

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Posted by Bluefalchion on 17 Nov 2022, 19:49

Your thinned-down paint technique lovingly displays every last tiny detail on these great figures.

I do not think Native American warriors rode camels, though.
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Posted by tullo on 17 Nov 2022, 19:57

:yeah: :yeah: :xd: :xd: :xd:
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Posted by Santi Pérez on 17 Nov 2022, 20:09

Bluefalchion wrote:...I do not think Native American warriors rode camels, though.

I think the horse that can be seen in the background on the left must be the mount for the Native American Indian, Bluefalchion. :tongue:

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Posted by OwenChpw on 20 Nov 2022, 01:19

I love the little string modifications you've used to make the bridles. Lovely fur on the camels!
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Posted by Kekso on 20 Nov 2022, 10:06

I'm not sure why do you do that "tunnel" effect when taking pictures.
It ruins very good paint work in my humble opinion.
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Posted by C M Dodson on 20 Nov 2022, 18:21

Very nice painting and work in general.

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Posted by Bessiere on 20 Nov 2022, 18:30

Actually the US army did conduct experiments in using camels for the SW US. Didn't work out for whatever reason and horses and mules remained the mainstay.
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Posted by Michael Robert on 21 Nov 2022, 16:42

Hi Tullo,
actually, you haven't told us yet what the camels are singing :joker:

OK, your painting on these works magic. However, you do more than splashing highly diluted paint. You do very precise work on the contours to achieve good contrast.
Now you can place them into the desert sun and leave the indian on the Great Plains.
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Michael
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Posted by Peter on 25 Nov 2022, 22:07

Michael Robert wrote:Hi Tullo,
actually, you haven't told us yet what the camels are singing :joker:

Image :mrgreen:

Looking forward to the progress of these figures. :yeah:
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