|Ussuri - a tiger at the Sanctuary for Predators and Exotic Animals in Wallersdorf, Bavaria, Germany.|
Horsin' Around Vol. 2Horsin' Around Vol. 2 by MichelleWalker
Hello and welcome to Horsin Around, a bi-monthly article that brings you the latest news in and around the dA Equine Community! Each issue will be packed full of articles all showcasing the work of our talented artists. There will also be interviews with your favourite equine artists, links to helpful accounts, contests and tutorials, and even a stamp for you to use! Since this is the first issue, Id be grateful if you could give me feedback on what you think of it, and if you have any suggestions for future issues, Id love to hear them. I hope you enjoy this issue, and thanks for reading!
Featured Digital Equine Artist
I cannot express just how much I adore this artists work. She captures the tiniest details in all her work; never overlooking even the finest strands of hair. Go check out her gallery now if you havent a
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There's really not a lot to tell about me - I started digital art the year I joined DA, bought myself a little wacom tablet and was happy |
And about photography:
I got an Olympus camera to my 6th birthday. I loved taking pictures with it from the very first moment until my Dad got a plain digital camera. That one was a lot cooler and you could take as many photos with it as you wanted. So my Olympus got forgotten. With 14 I got my own little digital camera and I took it nearly everywhere. The same year my Dad got a Sony Alpha 350 - right, I WAS jealous, really jealous. I tried to steal his camera everytime he wasn't there and take photos with it. Why? I think for all of you who have ever had a (D)SLR in their hands it's clear. I begged my Mum a whole year to buy me a DSLR, too. and guess what we got to a compromise: I would pay half of the camera and then I would get one for Christmas! I was thrilled when it finally arrived (a month after Christmas) and I still love it as much as (or even more than) when I got it.