12.5 x 15 3-8 Acrylic on white paper 5-28-2010. One of our two rescued Basset hounds.
Love this. I want to paint my hound dogs too.
Giacor, thanks. We love are hounds. I have one of Nona too and will post it later on.
He looks great - good job
Thanks you, JATravis.
He looks like he is waiting for your command. Expressive.
My dog gives me that look too....when he is waiting for his food and my command to "Sit!"
So appealing, wonderful portrait!
Thank you, Leigh-Anne
philo, that just after we got him and he was looking at my wife waiting to go out side.
Excellent painting I like dog colors well done!!
mooow, thank you.
Yes, this lovely dog: You have given him a " shining look". The plead under his chin, you did superb!
Elisabeth, Thank you.
You have definitely captured that special look that dogs have.
Thank you, Richard. He is our special needs Basset, lots of medical problems, but oh so sweet.
How cute is this.... how adoring he is. you can see the older wiseness of him. great job
Thank you, Wetpaperfan. He is about 8 yaers old now. That painting was when we first ago him about 6 years ago. He is so sweet. He has a lot of health problems and we just found out he has cancer and may not be with us much long. As long as he has more good day than bad he will be with us. Nona, the other Basset is also a rescured dog and as well as the newest dog, Bear. He is part Black Lab and Akita. He also ia very sweet dog.
Wonderful! I love the expression on his face
Tank you, Cristina.
Mr. Gunn, I like this one a lot. You do have very nice style & tone in your work.
Thank you, DJ.
He looks so great.well done!i like the way he looks up
Thank you, John. That was from a photo take just after we got him as a rescured basset hound about 5 years ago. He had a lot of medical problems. About three months ago he got cancer on his nose and we had to put hom down last month. He was the sweetest dog you ever saw. We mss him so.
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Thank you George. You sure you sent to the right person?
I have the correct person. When I first posted at artistdaily last year, you sent me a message about 3 a day.
Maybe you should have been nice to a newcomer.
It truly is amazing how uptight you are! Could be that maybe I made a mistake uploading, meaning four instead of three got posted?
I am going to upload about 150 of my two handed drawings, and then I am going to upload more of my other drawings and artwork. I hope you enjoy them, all!
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Hey Gunn, you are doing it again.
I made a mistake the first time I posted to this site in Nov, and I made a mistake last night. If you want to be rude to a new comer who uses different computers to post stuff to this site, then maybe you can learn something about manners. And trust you me... I have read more books on more subjects than you can imagine. And that is the fact, jack. Some people, and artists, have lives that are seperate from this web site, if you can believe that. Nor does it seem that you have any truthfulness in you because I never sent you a nasty note. I simply made the remark that people make mistakes, and if you want to make a mountain out of a mole hole because I posted four instead of three posts, then you should really get a life.
So learn something before you die. Learn something about life and consideration for others.
Ciusca, thanks for your note. It really was a mistake posting four instead of three. I know I was suppossed to post only three, but it has been a long time since I uploaded anything to artistdaily, and I am using new computers to do it. So let forget all about it. Thanks. Geo.
Ciusca, thanks for your note. It really was a mistake posting four instead of three. I know I was suppossed to post only three, but it has been a long time since I uploaded anything to artistdaily, and I am using new computers to do it. So lets forget all about it. Thanks. Geo.
This note applies to you too, Gunn.
I just read your profile, and you are an inspiration. I'm 36 and I'm just starting out. I have no money to go to school, so I watch as many tutorials on line as I can, and I just came across this site a few days ago, which I'm really happy about. Looks like a great site to meet artists from all walks of life. Your painting here is so cute. I like the light green glow around your pup, and Buckies expression, so sweet. Thanks for commenting on my painting too.
Thank you, Marita. The photo picture for tihis panting was taken the day we got him from a Basset rscure. He was around 2 years old and the sweetest gdog with a lot of medical proble. He passes tis year at arould 8 years old. He is so missed. This painting is in our hallway.
Yes, ths is a great site. Check out the Forums, the Challenge ones are GREAT for getting good help and inspiration. There a Challenge for each month and a chatter one for ths year. Enjoy!!!
Sorry to hear Buckie is no longer with you. I have two pups my self, and I know that their lives are so short compared to ours. All we can do is enjoy them everyday we have them, and it sounds like Buckie had a good family, especially since you rescued him with all those medical problems. Not many people would do that. Kudos to you Charlie. =)
Thank you, Marta. Yes, we love our dogs. We still have Nona, (done in watercolor) and now also Bear ( done in acrylic).
I find your approach refreshing and teh expression on Buckie's face is priceless. Have seen your Norway wrok as well and I love that one.
Keep up the great work!
Thank you, Enzo. i hope to get back to doing some more of Norway some day.
AAAWWW, Buckie is great.
Thank you, Halsart. Buckie was a great dog. We lost him a few months back.
beatiful artwork! nice.
Thank you, Joseph.
great job sir
Thak you, Vijay.