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IF:Chicken

Well.....I left this one to the last minute.  I have been busy with work and social life this week along with having a cough that just wouldn't go away.  Pretty ridiculous.

I drew and inked this on watercolour paper and was going to do it all traditionally with watercolours but ran out of time and so I scanned it into Photoshop for some colouring love.  Am still planning to colour the original drawing using water colours...it'll end up looking like this image I think....

There is so much I want to do and get done in a day, let alone for the year of 2011 and sometimes I feel a bit overwhelmed and wishing that there was more time in the day or that I didn't need to do basic human functions like sleeping and eating and....well other stuff.  Trying to do as much as I can, when I can and when a deadline is imminent.

Hope everyone enjoys the weekend!

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  1. I saw what the prompt was for last week and chickened out! :)
    I love this though, it's a perfect interpretation of the prompt :)

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  2. the dress is outstanding!! can i borrow it some time???

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  3. OH! This is COOL! What a great gown this would be for a masquerade. I actually thought this was done with traditional watercolor. Love it!!!

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  4. I love your fancy chicken! and her dress is gorgeous!

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  5. Very cool feel to this one. Nice work.

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  6. Nice job coloring this in Photoshop! I like the palette, too. This would make a great costume!!

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