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I was practicing last night to see how long it would take to do one of my computer portraits of a long haired dog. As I posted yesterday in the Lab Chat section this weekend I will be doing my portraits on site in the Lab Rescue booth at the dog show for donations. I can do a single short haired dog in about twenty munutes and I knew that long haired dogs took longer due to the extra hand painting and other detailed work required to extend the fur. This portrait of Freckles took an hour and a half to complete so tomorrow I may have to only do short haired dogs on site and save photos of the long haired dogs to work on later.
In this portrait you can see the partial blue in Freckles eye.
 

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Is the pigment a cataract?
No it is in his iris and it was there when we adopted him when he was about a year old and he is now nearing seven. You can see why people at the dog show stop me to ask about his breed when I walk around with him. I just tell them he's one of a kind.:D
 

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You are very talented, that is a gorgeous portrait!
 
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