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Czechoslovakian Wolfdogs lineart

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this is yet another czechoslovakian wolfdog lineart that i have done here recently. the reference photo was one by Czertice. if you have seen her photos, you would know she is a great photographer and does her dog Raksha justice, as well as her wolfdog friends of course. haha. anyway, i did actually have fun with this one. i am please with the feet for some reason. let me know what you think of this one too.
Image size
2320x2904px 1.48 MB
IMAGE DETAILS
Make
NIKON
Model
COOLPIX L20
Shutter Speed
1/60 second
Aperture
F/4.0
Focal Length
11 mm
ISO Speed
64
Date Taken
May 28, 2013, 5:22:49 AM
Software
GIMP 2.8.2
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CzerticeHobbyist Photographer
I like that photo as well, Ferral did the front-paw-on-the-log thing by himself, lucky shot:] Thank you for drawing it, I hope you will get to colour it eventually :love:
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Canis-Simensis Traditional Artist
thanks a lot. oh how fun. isn't it great when dogs are just naturally photogenic? i think they know when they're posing for you. i will have to do so. i just have to find time around work ;)
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I think the intelligent ones learn to understand when you want them to stay in place. Of course, you also eventually learn to shoot really really fast:D
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Canis-Simensis Traditional Artist
yes, that is probably so. my own dog has learned to sit very still, from a very young age too. i think it helps to introduce something like a camera while they're young. well, also because i pose my dog. lol
this is also true.
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Indeed, some dogs are even scared and react strongly when you point camera at them for the first time. But most of them are used to it, Raksha is even used to the fact that random people ask to take photos with her;] The last one was a little boy and he was so pleased that he could stand next to her and hold her leash for a minute, while i took their photo with his camera...he was smiling his head off:D
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yes, i agree. if it is something they've never seen or know how it works, it can definitely catch them off guard. i would be one to do that. lol aw, thats awesome.
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