Discussion in 'It's About the Art!' started by HiveWire3D, Dec 10, 2015.
This image include the prizes i won in the HW contest .
Love it Mininessie, that looks like he's having fun!
Thank you !
the ants are back! as well as the oxpeckers...and an African Goshawk...plus the little butterfly-like moth- thanks Ken!
For The Love Of The Lions by Lyne posted Aug 7, 2018 at 5:25 PM
beautiful and touching!
Thumbelina and the frog
I wrote under my art on my website and Rendo Gallery:
Songbird Remix Ken's flying crows and BlueJays, plus his common wall lizard
Ken excels in his birds and other critters and I love adding these details to my art!
Oh Dear!! by Lyne posted Aug 14, 2018 at 5:35 PM
Uh oh, she's in trouble.
Hey all, I'm working on a set of animations for Ken's birds. They will have animations from most all of his packages. Is there anyone here that does? This project has only begun and it's months away from being completed. Basically I will need a tester for them. Animations are easy to test. Just look at the file structure and load the animations. Make sure there are no outright mistakes using the posing camera like a leg completely bent around. That kind of thing. I know finding someone won't be easy that's why I'm asking now.
ever since my "Keep Your Eye on the Ball" piece, I saved out the 'new' home made background and added critters!
Here, I use it again to good effect, I think!
The Painter by Lyne posted Aug 24, 2018 at 6:08 PM
Up A Tree! by Lyne posted Sep 4, 2018 at 2:15 PM
Hilda's gone and snatched the baby birds, nest and all, for a Sunday Bike ride!
Sunday Afternoon Bike Ride! by Lyne posted Sep 6, 2018 at 1:46 PM
REALLY should visit my own website to SEE the teeny babies, and other details that get lost in the HW size image...
I've been looking at Hilda art Lyne, and you've done a nice job with your own take on it.
Yes I am really liking Hilda, I never knew anything about her until this thread. Duane Bryers managed to make a female character who was perfectly lovable, in a time when perfect was probably all about thin waists and large breasts.
Some of Hilda's facial expressions are priceless.
In The Swing Of Things! by Lyne posted Sep 14, 2018 at 2:23 PM
@Ken Gilliland - sure can't get along without your critters! The robins are a bit large here, but hey, they are part of the humor and I wanted them to show up well!
Your lizard, ants and other birds are here, "as usual" too!