PeaNut 96,097 July 2003 Posts: 10,204 Layouts: 78 Loc: North Alabama
Posted: 1/30/2013 2:52:58 PM
My first thought is to have the beagle in the back and the two dachshunds on either side in front of him/her. OR if you're open to a different size/shape canvas, you could look for a longer skinnier canvas and split it into 3 sections and do a Warhol type of thing.
How well behaved are your dogs? Do they get along well? I'd probably try to do a little photoshoot of them to see what kind of configurations I could come up with. But mine are lazy slugs, so I can pretty much just give them a blanket and they'll typically hang out while I take pictures.
I didn't know you painted! I hope you'll share when you're done!!!
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PeaNut 88,246 May 2003 Posts: 36,700 Layouts: 0 Loc: Under a pile of dogs
Posted: 1/30/2013 3:04:24 PM
I don't paint, but my mom does and I'm not afraid to try.
I want something sort of folk art looking, a little cartoony but not too much. SO the representational/realism part of it doesn't scare me. I'm not afraid of it not looking exactly like my dogs.
I like the split canvas idea... thanks!
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