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Thread: My First ArtRage Painting

  1. #11
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    Wow, I really like this. It has a certain crispness and snap to the image. Very nice.

    D.

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    man what r u not satisfied with, its excellent

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    Thanks to all of you for the lovely comments!

    A couple of special asides:

    To Stephen Lo Piano: In the natural media realm, I've always tended to work in a realistic vein; I'm one of those people who actually enjoys doing picky detail, so I've always had a particular fondness for still life, especially of the trompe l'oeil variety. As for landscapes, they've always intimidated me a bitóprobably because my fondness for detail work leaves me inclined to sometimes overwork them.

    To Sweedie: I appreciate the warm welcome! I want you to know that you've been a real source of inspiration to me as I've been exploring what I can do in ArtRage: before tackling anything more ambitious than a simple page of practice strokes, I went all through these forums to check out what others were doing with the program, and I was very much impressed by the examples of your work which I found posted here.
    Enjoying the journey!

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    that is a really sweet painting, and congrats on the frontpage showing

    I know I would be very much interested in seeing some progress images if you have any...?

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    Nice and fine painting.


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    Hi Heikki, your first ArtRage painting is simply great and beautiful to look at. The tree looks real enough to me as does the rest of this wonderful landscape.Wow and keep them coming.Regards,Tony :shock:

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    PVIllustration: Here's a "How I Did It" for you; sorry I hadn't any more of the intermediate steps to include, but I have a tendency to not save as often as I should along the way, when I'm really engrossed in what I'm doing (a habit which I've had cause to regret more than once!).
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    Enjoying the journey!

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    your tutorial is so neat and tidy, very organised!

    thanks for that,

    Enchanter
    Draw what you see!....not what you think you see!!
    My artist friend

    We Must each think of ourselves as an endless work in progress ....Harley Brown

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    nice tutorial DUDE... congrats on the front page 8)
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    what a beauty.

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