KRISTY'S MINI MENAGERIE

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Monday, November 15, 2010

3/4 Inch Squirrel with Acorn

AAAAAARRRRGGG!!! He is sooooo hard to photograph!! I'm not sure why, but I give UP!! :(
It's been one of those days where nothing seems to go right, LOL.



20 comments:

  1. OMG is he the cutest dang thing ever!!! I don't know how you do it..really amazing details Kristy. YOU ROCK!!big hugs xxoxox Christel

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  2. I think the photos come up very very well, Kristy! Seriously. Can I tell you your squirrel look just like ours in the garden, except cuter! And did you make that acorn too? Shikes! And I thought my betel nuts are small. Yours is freaking amazing!

    I like that in our world, we have "small" envy and not compete on who's Bigger! heh heh!:)

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  3. He is absolute amazing, Kirsty!
    Such a sweet little one.
    The photos are very good too.
    Hugs,
    Karin

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  4. Omg, he' s adorable!! Your pictures came out just fine.

    - Grace

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  5. Good grief, woman - of course he's hard to photograph, he's so exquisitely tiny that he's hardly visible!! You're going to need one of those cameras with huuuuuge lenses soon.
    He's gorgeous, and lovably fluffy :))))

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  6. Unbelievable...every time I think this is just the cutest creation I've ever seen and then you make another one...even more cute :-)

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  7. Ditto what everybody else said. What a pleasent treat for the eyes this morning. Had one of those "awwwe" moments. And your photos are a darn sight better than mine so I think they're quite good.

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  8. The photos are good enough to show how exquisite this little fellow is - adorable as always. A real cutie!

    Greetings
    Birgit

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  9. Ahhhhhhhh! Cuteness overload once again! Your pics look professional compared to my pathetic attempt to get one of Pip in PJ's! LOL And I know you hate doing birds....but WOW on the owl too! You gotta keep doing them! :)

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  10. This is my most favorite creation to date- he is so adorable and I love his little acorn ♥

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  11. Oh gosh, thanks everybody.
    Sans, I have to go see your nuts, LOL! I bet they're super good. This acorn isn't even quite 1:12 scale I bet, it should probably be even smaller. I wanted the squirrel to have an extra large treat.
    LMAO Andrea - I KNOW!!! My husband asked me if that's what real squirrels' feet look like. Uh...hello!!!! NO they do NOT. And real squirrels don't sit like that either! He's such a dork sometimes, hehehehe.
    Deanna, what are you talking about?? You take great pictures, even the one of the mini raccoon was good I thought!
    It's always a huge pain to get a good photo of the smaller guys but for some reason this squirrel was just maddening!! I'm not sure, but I wonder if because there are several different shades of greys and browns going on that my camera can't deal with getting the colors right. UGH!!

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  12. es fantastico tu trabajo.......fantastico es poco, es increible, felicidades y besos.

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  13. He's really cute and his pics are good, too! I know what you mean about photographing these guys. I found that if I use a blue background, my camera tries to compensate and warm the gray and if I use a warmer yellow background it goes the other way.
    Sometimes if I use a photographic background, like a pic of tree branches and fall leaves, the color looks more natural.

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  14. Thanks Robin. Your gray squirrel you did recently was awesome! I swear I thought it was real when I saw the image in my dashboard, LOL.
    YES, the background color has a huge effect so I have several different colors, and I try to see which works best. Sheesh, you think just plain old white would be best but then the critter comes out looking really dark. And if I use a flash on the furred animals they look absolutely horrific (the flash works okay with non-furred animals though).
    There will be a photographing class in the CDHM forum sometime in February by Stephanie Brown, another animal artist (her birds are extraordinary!). Anyway, I definitely plan on joining.

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  15. Muchas gracias Suzi, y bienvenidos a mi blog. :O)

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  16. Very good photos Kristy!! And he is just amazing!!!!:)

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  17. Thanks Ewa! Welcome back! :)
    But come on now, these photos are NOT good!! LOL
    It's okay to say so guys, I am already well aware of this fact.

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