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    Quote Originally Posted by Glassjaw View Post
    i'd love to see the two plonkers who call 'paint by numbers's work...
    The subject matter was not of my choosing- I painted them on commission. The pic with the two elephants on is unfinished. I also apologise for the poor quality of the photos. Santa is (hopefully) getting me a new camera.
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    Last edited by BlueRabbit; 22-12-2011 at 09:41 PM.

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    more...........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evzy View Post
    P.S I would love to buy that lol...
    If you're serious (and the OP isn't selling) there are shops that'll do it for you. You're largely just paying for the canvas.

    Edit: That's not to discount the OPs effort though. My baby sis uses the same print/grid process to blow up family photos.
    Last edited by UK_MMA; 22-12-2011 at 10:03 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UK_MMA View Post
    If you're serious (and the OP isn't selling) there are shops that'll do it for you. You're largely just paying for the canvas.

    Edit: That's not to discount the OPs effort though. My baby sis uses the same print/grid process to blow up family photos.
    Maybe for a print mate, but that is hand painted. Sketched first and painted, which took approx 25 hours. Not to mention its signed. If you can find a shop that will produce somethinh like that on a whim then Id be surprised. Like i said though, not hard to get a print made up.

    Edit: Sorry for the rant, just found the point "youre really just paying for the canvas" mildly offensive lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by UK_MMA View Post
    If you're serious (and the OP isn't selling) there are shops that'll do it for you. You're largely just paying for the canvas.

    Edit: That's not to discount the OPs effort though. My baby sis uses the same print/grid process to blow up family photos.
    so harsh I actually had to laugh

    I know nothing about art techniques picture looks good to me, but the art world has been exposed as a brutal place so im out

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    Quote Originally Posted by sol_dave View Post
    so harsh I actually had to laugh

    I know nothing about art techniques picture looks good to me, but the art world has been exposed as a brutal place so im out
    Ha it's a tough business mate, stick to MMA! :P

    Meant to say in my last post, the guy who posted the other paintings - quality work mate, well done

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    i dont want to discredit what you do either as i think its excellent, but could someone maybe get a print, then go over it with paint? so it is actually painted in the end but you've cut out the whole drawing it for 2 days part? thats what i've been thinking of doing

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    Nice work. There is a guy in falkirk who also does this stuff. He got Wandy to sign a few when he was in scotland

    http://www.knockoutart.co.uk/

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    @bluerabbit nice work man. proved me wrong!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunny View Post
    i dont want to discredit what you do either as i think its excellent, but could someone maybe get a print, then go over it with paint? so it is actually painted in the end but you've cut out the whole drawing it for 2 days part? thats what i've been thinking of doing
    I suppose you could mate... But I don't really see the point lol

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