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St Bernard Digital Art -  Saviours In The Snow by Trudi Simmonds

Saviours In The Snow is a piece of digital artwork by Trudi Simmonds which was uploaded on April 26th, 2012.

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Congratulations on your sale!

Love this....Congrats on your sale!

Very nice Trudi.

This is just gorgeous Trudi!

Love these two!! Excellent work..all around in your portfolio...you know I love it!! :)

very well done however Saints are English type rather than Swiss type---its the Swiss type that were rescuers and then only the smooth/short coated saints were used in the snow as the rough/long coats collected snow and ice and bogged them down so they could not work. I'd like to see you do a similar work using Swiss type and smooth coats. (I grew up in the largest most world reknowned Saint Bernard (Swiss Type Only) show kennel ever---Sanctuary Woods Saints.

Trudi Simmonds replied:

Hi there Donna thanks for your informative comment, l never knew there were two kinds,these guys were just at the million paws walk for the RSPCA here in Australia , all the dogs were wearing the bandanas around their necks and l was trying to come up with something that related to the dog, guess l got it a little wrong :-)

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