Well I first see this, I have to say it's probably one of the cutest things I have ever seen. I am blinded by adorableness x3
The picture is also so clear! I love the blur in the back, which is one of the many reasons I gave you 5 stars for vision. And I also love the fact how they're are flowers surrounding the subject, it adds a nice touch. I also love how he's looking right up at the camera :3 There is also a nice contrast of colors, it gives you that nice spring feeling. Very nice pic
Guinea pigs ruuuuuule. This is so Amazing. The pose is great and the blur in the back adds effectiveness. The way you've taken the picture makes it look truly professional.
The daisies also bring the focus to the guinea pig but stand out at the same time. T he texture of the fur in this picture is also truly Beautiful. And finally I love the expression of the guinea pig, it's like it does what ever you want it to do it captures it's cute innocence in a truly inspiring humble way. Also The Guinea pig looks like it's on an adventure.
Yep, that looks like the typical maximum "freeze" time of a cavy. Often a split second is the most you get...
I tried to draw my furry models from life, see, and it's a game of "capture the pose in two lines or less". Each pose is better than the previous one, but... by the time the third line is on paper, the model has turned around to get another juicy grass blade. So it's like "You didn't get that? Well, tough luck, try this one instead! What, too slow again? You humans!.. This?.."
(The game usually ends at "OK, this is a nice one - and even a slowpoke like you will manage to do it!" - with the final pose being a round hump of a guinea pig dozing half-submerged in the tall grass. Not that it's easier than drawing hands, but at least he looks happy and nearly purrs with content )
I'll try to find a photo of them eating the laves off my pineapple plant. People *have* said that the leaves are tough, spiky and no animal in their right mind would eat them - well, my guinea pigs disagree!