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Thread: Not your usual dog portraits! A cute modern new touch

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    Default Not your usual dog portraits! A cute modern new touch

    I'm a long time viewer but first time poster! The amount of times I've been caught out looking at this forum at work is ridiculous. But so worth it! So a massive thanks to everyone for sharing their stories, pictures and wisdom. I know for one that my dog has reaped a better life because of it.

    I've been a dog person for as long as I could remember. I've had my dog for 6 years and she's at this perfect mature level where she understands things so well and just loves life without acting up. I heaps of framed pictures at the workplace and home but I wanted something more. I like tattoos and have seen some pretty good jobs but I just wasn't sure, so I moved on to something less permanent, a portrait. I've seen so many awesome portraits but I couldn't find one that showed the quirky love that I shared with my pup.

    I came across this young lovely Brisbane (pretty sure she posts too) girl's art and called her up. She was friendly and loved how I insisted that the spots on Killuh's (my dog) face had to be perfect. Anyhow I was stoked with what she did and it didn't burn a hole in my pocket and I'm a student..

    So this is me giving a little something back and another big thanks to everyone so keeping this site thriving!

    You can find examples of her work and contract info at www.facebook.com/koolthingstudio or click on the picture below. Sorry I'm not so good at this posting business!

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    welcome alnkilluh

    you might want to start a thread for yourself in the "introduce yourself" section
    Introduce Yourself

    and tell us a bit more about what you and your dog get up to.

    Note - if you are using work equipment and internet access to browse or post - your work will know about it.
    usually the it support (in house or outsourced) will provide the boss with a list of websites visited by which user/network node at what time.

    If you're the IT support - easy peasy but if you're not - just be aware and maybe check if there is any policy about internet access. Ie your boss might have a policy that so long as it's not porn, illegal or bullying - what you do at lunchtime is fine. Or your boss might have a blanket no personal use - in which case if they feel like downsizing for any reason ...

    If you use your own phone with its internet access - your boss doesn't get a report of that unless your co-workers are spying on you. .

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