boardscollaborationsMidnight snack of Hunny
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drawn in 3 hours 55 min with Lascaux Sketch
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iconSweetcell
Master
58 min
iconDeadlyBlondeArcher
PackingA.44Magnum
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2 hours 57 min
Sweetcell (Jan 7, 2007)
Something for DBA to color. Have fun honey.


Setting it to finished because I need space in my studio.
He'll still be waiting for Cindy to color it. Have no fear.

I just loved what you described I had to change the title. :)

Sweetcell (edited Mar 3, 2007)
drawn in 58 min
Winnie

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DeadlyBlondeArcher (edited Jan 8, 2007)
:D You are soooooo sweet. Your name suits you... thanks. :) I can't color it right now, because I have to get up in a couple of hours edit: there, I reduced it :)
... I look forward to coloring it. You're really a sweetheart. :)
Sweetcell (edited Jan 27, 2007)
Thanks for the edit. :)

At your own pace, I even left a ref for the colors.

Oh hey, you can try out the gradient tool now.
davincipoppalag (Jan 8, 2007)
VEry cute!!1
pancakes_rock (Jan 8, 2007)
aw how cute!
enjoydotcom (edited Mar 17, 2007)
As a real Pooh-fan (2 Pooh posters in my home-office, Pooh-bear on the window of my car) I can't wait seeing this finished (no pressure :D)

Why did I only just notice this one?
Punky (Apr 1, 2007)
This is too cute. I have a bunch of old Winnie the Pooh books somewhere I always used to read when I was little.
DeadlyBlondeArcher (edited Apr 19, 2007)
drawn in 42 min
I spent all this time in here playing with the gradient fill tool... I had no idea how to use it before now. Boy, that was fun. :D Thanks for telling me how to do it, Barbara.

I decided to give him a pretty night with shooting stars to have a midnight snack of HUNNY! Everything is better at night. :)
DeadlyBlondeArcher (Apr 19, 2007)
drawn in 35 min
ha... you changed the title :) I like it, HUNNY.
Sweetcell (Apr 19, 2007)
Oh my God, he's so beautiful. What a lovely coloring job. I want to *squueeeeeee* looking at this. Oh I'm so glad you did your own background. Beautiful Cindy, I'm just grinning so silly.
DeadlyBlondeArcher (Apr 19, 2007)
drawn in 58 min
Now I gave him some mooooon flowers. I have some moon flowers... they only bloom at night and they grow on squiggldey vines on the archway over the walk to my greenhouse. Pooh likes them. Almost ... but still not DUN, HUN. :)
Punky (Apr 21, 2007)
Wow, this is a great collaboration you two. So cute.
DeadlyBlondeArcher (edited Apr 21, 2007)
drawn in 40 min
ok, all done. I merged all the layers I created, but left yours as I found them.
I think he's beyootiful, don't you? mmmm...Hunny :)
deathking (Apr 21, 2007)
Simply beautiful coloring, I expected something this good from you two working together again ^_^.
fleeting_memory (Apr 22, 2007)
OH! fantastically colored DBA! I was afraid this was going to be left undone. *applause*
Sweetcell (May 12, 2007)
I had meant to comment when you were finished but so many pictures to look at and draw. He is boo-ti-ful hun, just a sweet sweet bear and seriously, your background is soooooo much better than the refs. It's so fun coloring aint it? Thanks for painting him, I say we do this again soon. Maybe..... TIGGER? My jumpy bumpy Tigger. :D

Just on a side note did you know Winni the Pooh was created after a real bear named by his owner after his home town? True story, a Canadian soldier in WW11 found an orphan cub and raised him and he became the mascot for his unit and he was taken with them over seas to London, but the soldier couldn't take care of him when his unit was called to duty so the London Zoo took him in and raised him. His story became known and the bear became famous, and one day an author brought his young son to see him and the boy fell in love with the bear so much, the author created a story revolving around this bear. The author of course was A.A. Milne, and his son Christopher, who Christopher Robin was named from. And the bear in the London Zoo that came across the ocean with his Canadian keeper was named after the Canadian soldier's home city, where the bear was found. The city was named Winnipeg, my home city, and Winni (Winnipeg) is one of our famoes exports.

Just a little FYI. :)
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