Horses: Appaloosa  

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Uploaded: 08/04/05 3:30 PM GMT
Horses: Appaloosa
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Just something I made for my own desktop (I raise Appaloosas) and thought I would share....


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08/04/05 4:41 PM GMT
Thanks.. As a horse lover, this is appreciated..
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One bead at a time..
08/04/05 7:42 PM GMT
This is very nice. I love the texture in the stone and the clean composition. Well done.
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When you get the choice to sit it out or dance, I hope you dance... Leanne Womack
08/11/05 9:44 PM GMT
This is great Thank you for it
Ten points Smile
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qe'ci'yw'yew (thank you) Greetings From The Netherlands nezperce1951 Henk. "A Brother may not be a Friend, but a Friend will always be a Brother."
08/19/05 2:45 AM GMT
Etched in stone. I love it. Simple and stylized with just the right amount of detail
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09/02/05 11:48 AM GMT
A delightful and beautiful desktop!
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You will show me the path of life; in Your presence is fullness of joy, at Your right hand there are pleasures forevermore. Psalm 16:11
09/25/05 9:10 AM GMT
thx for sharing , very nice concept.
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have a nice day and read more fantasy.
10/19/05 6:32 PM GMT
Living in Appaloosa country I can appreciate this poster. Very fine work. High marks.
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-DFX -
11/18/05 12:59 AM GMT
This picture makes an ideal desktop to any Appaloosa lover...nice work.
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06/09/07 1:56 PM GMT
I am glad you did share this! As a horse lover I am definately going to put this into my favourites and on my desktop! Great job, it must be tons of fun raising Appaloosas! You are so lucky!

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Everyone has photographic memory; some just don't have the film
01/12/08 3:07 AM GMT
This a lovely design! Simple designs always appeal to me most, then add being a horse lover on top of that. :D Very nice job
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06/12/10 12:05 AM GMT
Beautiful art. This would make a great ranch sign. I love your use of neutral tones. Very well executed. anne =D
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Critiquing art of any kind is utterly subjective. When I vote on your images, I look at several things. First, my initial gut reaction. Then, is it straight (if it should be); is the color correct or if intentionally saturated or desaturated, was it done properly and does it enhance the image; composition - if you intended a bulls-eye, unless it's an outstanding image that is really served by centering the subject, it'll get dinged; is the horizon dead center - again, unless there's an obvious reason that makes it a better photo, no points; is the subject interesting and uncluttered; is the image sharp; is the depth of field right for this composition, is there a catchlight in the creature's eye; would I hang this on my wall; is it an image I'd be proud to display; is it artistic or just a snapshot; does it move me; is there a message conveyed; is it documentary in nature and if so, does it tell the story in such a way it makes me want more. When I critique a photo in your gallery, I'm only suggesting what my subjective nature prefers. No need to defend your position if you like your image the way it is. If you give me constructive criticism on my pieces, I guarantee you I will take them to heart. I love to improve! Bring it on Caedians! Love, anne =D

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