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  1. #11
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    oh excellent
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    STEP 4
    first experiment for the hair (the hairs is not definitive, I still have to retouch them)
    For the hair I have created 3 stencil, that can use everybody

    DOWNLOAD STENCIL: Stencil 1
    DOWNLOAD STENCIL: Stencil 2
    DOWNLOAD STENCIL: Stencil 3



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    STEP 5... in process...
    Last edited by misterpaint; 09-02-2008 at 07:15 PM.
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    Out of this world.. This is truly professional looking art.. I anxiously await the finished product..
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    Thanks you are very kind!!!!
    this is my second work with artrage, but I considers this sketch my first true sacrifice!
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    You´re definitely on to something here, misterpaint! The finished version should be a masterpiece.

    Your comment about sacrifice reminds me of an old Spanish saying: "No hay atajos sin trabajo." (There are no shortcuts without work.) It sounds better in Spanish.

    Keep at it.
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    The stencils were also a marvelous addition. This just gets better and better.
    It is already amazing!

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    Really fine work! Nice to see. Thanks for the lesson!
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    Beautiful portrait painting and thanks sharing WIP.

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    WOW!!! Cant wait to see the finish..
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    Excellent work, and thanks for sharing

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