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So I did a quick sketch... I have not felt like drawing in a couple months after I found out I only had a couple months to spend with my mare Bella. I have to put her down. I did this from memory because I didn't have a photo to go off of, so it may be a little off.


 

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OH MY LANTA!!! that is beautifuuuulllll!!!!!
The first thing I thought of was DJ Tanner from Full House...lol

Anyway, back to the drawing...

I love love love your bold and dramatic lines. You can tell this was a drawing done off of pure raw emotion. It is very dynamic. So sorry about about Bella, but how awesome that you can use artwork as an outlet. HUGS!!!

I often draw when I am emotionally charged, either out of saddness or pure joy. I did an oil pastel drawing of my horse Tailor, who passed away several years ago. He was my soul horse and this particular night, I was quite drunk and sobbing over Tailor, so I whipped out my oil pastels and just scribbled away. Only took me abotu 10 minutes. It was a proportional train wreck (I'll blame that on the alcohol), but I did feel better after I finished it.

I am almost too embarassed to post it and I do NOT want to jack your thread because what you have shared with us is something very special, but here is a drawing I did when I was down in the dumps over the loss of a very special horse:
 

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Thank you guys :)

Liz Norris, don't worry you're not jacking my thread! thank you very much for sharing... and yea I am an emotional drawer... I have always been really 'hard' when drawing lol btw I have always admired your artwork :)
 
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