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post #1 of 12 Old 03-18-2012, 06:05 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone able to help me with my scribble? (20 min sketch needs a quote"

Hey guys, its been a while since I have posted a drawing so here goes....

Alright so this is just a quick scribble, about 20 mins max...ive never done a dun horse before so I think that I quiet like the effect I got on it. I had no reference what so ever for this one so im kinda proud Alright now for you all to help...

I need a nice quote to put on it!

Id really like it to be somthing nice, a meaning to it. Somthing along the lines of "horses lend us the wings we lack" or maybe you could all give me a few to put on it? It's my little sisters birthday today, she died 11 years ago, id like to dedicate it to her. I am actaully thinking of putting very feint wings on the horse to resemble an angel......What do you all think?
Any help is apprectiated :)
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post #2 of 12 Old 03-18-2012, 03:53 PM
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im not a drawer but that is one cool pic. Happy bday kate
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That's very nicely done and with having no reference, it's especially good.
I like the idea of the faint wings.
If this is to be dedicated to her, then a quote that is not necessarily horsey related would be best. More about remembering those that come and leave our lives, the effect they have in their time on this earth, whether it be short or long, and the love that is still here for them , in the hearts of the living.

I've got to think about that a bit.
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^^ Thankyou :)I was thinking that actaully, since my horses give me some kind of confort that they can be in it somehow, but I do like the idea of not having it horse related :)

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I was also thinking, maybe song lyrics?

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I like the idea of song lyrics :)

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any ideas yet????

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I can't think of any :( Im not good with these things ha

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Im searching my iPhone for songs...im loving "Fight For You" Jason Derulo. I will always return or Sound the bugle, off spirit would look good

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