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Omg Tammara is back!!!!

Journal Entry: Sun Nov 25, 2012, 7:05 AM


My dearest friend Tammie, the uber talented and sweet  :icontammara: has rejoiced all her unwavering fans with an amazing art work again!

It is vibrant with life sweet tammie and only you can paint the animals like you do, waw : Luna by Tammara

so to celebrate this, here is a mega big and well deserved feature for our very tammie! :glomp: She has always been my great inspiration and the very first who was kind to my art.  Omg enjoy!  And celebrate with me with so much beauty!  Tam's art comes straight from her soul :heart:

Look at those amazing animals : Jeremiah's Light Details by TammaraJurgens Pod by TammaraSummer Rain by TammaraWinter Flight by TammaraThe Holiday Serenade by TammaraSky Dwellers by TammaraIndividuality by TammaraOcean flight by TammaraSpirit Otter by TammaraSpirit Bear by TammaraChirp by TammaraCall of the Matriarch by TammaraSedna's Love by TammaraThe Christmas Ride by TammaraSuah by Tammara
and to close this feature of Tam's amazing animals, my all time favorite, the most beautiful, breathstopping unicorn : Monoceros by Tammara

And now all the other beauty she creates so flawlessly - as you can see there is nothing this fabulous painter cannot paint :
The Return by TammaraThe Magic of Books by TammaraAmphitrite by TammaraEarwen by TammaraEpona by TammaraBastet by TammaraKeepers of the North by TammaraSteppland Express by TammaraThe Scout by TammaraThe Journey by TammaraHoliday Friends by TammaraFireflies by TammaraTel' Cundo by TammaraThe Young Apprentice by TammaraSafe Passage by TammaraThe Pirate Round by TammaraThe Birthplace by TammaraApproaching Storm by TammaraThe Harvest by TammaraButterfly Kisses by TammaraAfter The Ball by TammaraEnchantment Of the Wolf by Tammara

I know i am gushing but Tammie you are so worth it, i always compare your brush strokes to the strokes of angel wings, you sure are an angel honey :kiss:

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sesam-is-open Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2012
Gorgeous artist and very beautiful welcome back!:rose:
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crayonmaniac Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
thank you so much, she is omg she is
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sesam-is-open Featured By Owner Dec 4, 2012
:iconkimberely: :iconhurrahplz: :iconhugglesplz:
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cloudmilk Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wonderful art you show us there ! And glad to have news as I hadn't seen of your art lately, I came to your profile to see if I missed something :)
I hope you are fine. Take care ! :hug:
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crayonmaniac Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
thanks for coming to my pages, that is so sweet of you
i am painting like a mad woman, all of it difficult and complicated stuff and i learn so much but i am not allowed to show my work here till the game is launched :-( I hope they will let me show it here afterwards, there will be a lot then :eager:
I am fine, waw, i love my new job, most of the time i cannot even believe a big london firm picked little me to paint for them, i still feel such a clumsy amateur because i am selfthaught
I hope you are fine too, i follow your amazing art :heart: you are amazing
take care too :glomp:
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cloudmilk Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I understand that you can't show us about an ongoing project. Glad you're having lots of satisfaction there, you deserve it !! Being self taught doesn't mean not being an artist, you prove it every day, and many other great artists before did. Enjoy and have fun :blowkiss:
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crayonmaniac Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
thank you
i know it is possible to achieve things on ones own, but sometimes i think, wouldn't it have been great if someone had learned me this trick instead of me having to find out on my own after months of practising, well it is what it is, as long as you grow
did you follow art school?
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cloudmilk Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I know what you mean, I've been working 6 years until 2010 searching and leaning on my own because the team was so small regarding the amount of work that I spent my time discovering about a subject not even tought in France, and no one else around could even talk about it. But it was so interesting. I'm sure you'll get so many things from that experience :D

I had no art school at all, I just discovered almost 3 years ago I loved drawing so much that I didn't stop since, the way you do, searching for new tips and learning a bit more at each drawing of mine, and being inspired by great artist like you that make me want to go further :)
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crayonmaniac Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012  Professional Digital Artist
omg, i am just as much inspired by you, if not more because i will always put pencil first, in digital you can copy paste (from your own stuff of course lol) , tweak it all a bit, if an eye is not totally level, i can copy it, paste it and push it up a bit, it still feels a tiny bit like "tricher" to me, you pencils guys have to do it right in the first go, i know of what i speak i was so mediocre with pencils, that is why i admire it so much
well congrats if you learned all that on your own, you really have an amazing talent
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cloudmilk Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I think there's no more art than another. At drawing cheating is also possible, except "copy and paste" Sometimes I dream of ctrl+c and ctrl+v while drawing :giggle: But rubber, fading with kneaded eraser, ruler, I also use computer to read more easily some complex shadings. I'm still far from being an instinctive drawer, but patience is my best weapon :) Each media has its own TTT (technics, tips and tricks). The most interesting with PS is layers vectors, masks and filters. But what make a piece of art is the eye of the artist .If you give the same tools to s.o else you won't have the same result. That's why they picked you up. Don't you think they have PS users in London? :giggle: What they want is the use YOU can make with it. And the result you can produce with it. I mean your own amazing art. That's it :)
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