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        05-16-2011, 05:27 AM
    That is so good! Way better than I can do in colour! (I hate it lol, Im a graphite and charcoal person ;)
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        05-16-2011, 11:25 AM
    Originally Posted by JackofDiamonds    
    So cool, It looks amazing! Can we see a graphite drawing maybe? :)
    (i can't even shade!)
    Thank you!

    I have a couple other threads with some graphite ones, but I cba to find them so i'll just post up another one.

    Here's one a did a couple of years back from a book, and also one I did for Pintotess which I'm pretty happy with
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        05-16-2011, 12:42 PM
    Wow you have talent especially the one of pintotess is really good, I didnt read the thread just so the picture and knew exactly who it was!
        05-16-2011, 08:57 PM
    You are amazing! Increadibly talented!
        05-17-2011, 04:57 AM
    Awh, Thanks
    I'm only working part-time at the moment so I was thinking about putting a couple up in my local tack shop with an ad and seeing if anyone will pay just a little bit for me to do one for them.

    Pricewise I was thinking something like:

    Head shot: 10 ($16 USD or $15 AUD)
    Full body: 15 ($24 USD or $22 AUD)
    Colour: 20 ($32 USD or $30 AUD)

    Actually, now I've converted that up it sounds a bit expensive. 10 isn't a lot of money here though. Doesn't buy you much anymore! Maybe I should halve that.

    What do y'all think?
        05-17-2011, 08:05 AM
    I would definitely pay 10 for a headshot, can you do drawings from photos?
        05-17-2011, 08:24 AM
    Yeah, Nearly all my drawings are from photos. I'm not that good at making them up, so photos give much better results. Thanks for your opinion on the pricing. Glad to know it sounds reasonable from a UK perspective
        05-17-2011, 09:49 AM
    Well I may contact you in the future to possibly do one of my horse if that was ok? I just need to get paid first, have recently gone back to work after sometime off for an op but can only work part time at the moment, so just getting used to a smaller wage.

    You definitely have a talent!
        05-17-2011, 10:22 AM
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    Originally Posted by Michelle and Mr B    
    Well I may contact you in the future to possibly do one of my horse if that was ok? I just need to get paid first, have recently gone back to work after sometime off for an op but can only work part time at the moment, so just getting used to a smaller wage.

    You definitely have a talent!

    Thank you very much. I totally understand about the pinch when working part time, I'm feeling that myself at the moment! Especially having just forked out for new rugs! If you would like one in the future, feel free to PM me. I'm sure we could work it out.
        05-17-2011, 01:11 PM
    That would be great, will do. I won't be part time forever it's just whilst i'm still on crutches, just takes a bit of getting used to especially with prices going up!

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