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    Technical illustration

    My second attempt at ArtRage. Tried to go for a more technical "airbrush" look. Probably need some ink work still, but was really impressed with the "airbrush" tool. It did take a little thought as to layers and "eraser" but I'm sure with a little patience, ArtRage can produce excellent Airbrush type images.
    Once again had loads of fun trying.

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    Dean
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    Wow. I nearly thought it was a real machine.

    awesome!
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    Thanks for the kind words IdioTique.
    I think I may be hooked on ArtRage at the moment.

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    Well that's a good thing.
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    很好的写实作品The good works of realism

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    Wow, excellent control! good work!
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    WOW! A virtuosistic show indeed!!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Nice to see a new approach and great use of the software.....but I'm dying to Know------What is it?

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    HA ha! Was waiting for that one.
    It's actually a sterile vacuum pump for a new wound therapy. The machine actually achieves wound closure by creating a suction and hence drawing the wound together. Mostly used for the elderly who's natural healing is slowed down. (Hope that makes sense).

    Thanks for the kind words.

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    Wow, that is awesome Dean.. and welcome! This is only your second try?? Impressive! Love it!

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