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  1. #21
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    Thank you Boxy. I have visited your site, and I am really flattered, by the compliment, coming from such a craftsman as yourself. Thank you very much.
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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  2. #22
    Hey thanks for visiting my site and the compliments. The comments about your work are more than deserved
    PS thanks for the tip on the smoke stencils, they're great.
    Boxy

  3. #23
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    Wow, Hannz you work is amazing, especially the texturing. This step by step is definitely illuminating for how to work in this program.

    Thanks so much for sharing!

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    Very good it's very clever how you've exaggerated his features. It's good showing how you've worked on the different stages. Great work.

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    Thank You for this further superlative caricature step-by-step course, dear Hanzz!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    THanks Ceasar, SandyG, and Jake.
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    Dear Hanzz, as I stated yet in my last post, there's always something to learn from your experiencing with AR and your step by step sharing with us.
    I use to think of the oils as a tool adequate for textured renderings more than for smooth ones that other programs are capable to achieve. Because no one can give us the "real oil" feeling like AR.
    I think I'll steal from you the cleaver use of the Misterpaint's smoky stencils with that great marble finish for the background.

    In regards to the likeness of your take at Brian, I'm not very familiar with him, but, from what I can see in the photo, his chin appeared enlarged by his gesture, as you did it. But I don't see it going to the front. Quite the opposite, I'd say it tends to go backwards with this gesture (Not every shot is the same). Its shape, also, looks too rounded in your caricature, instead of the clear-cut inverted pyramid I see in the photos (more clear in his younger ones). Hope to be of help to you to try it again.
    Have a good season, my friend!
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  8. #28
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    thanks Bob, I will redo him indeed, but not in this style. I will do it COMPLETELY different. that what Artrage is for try, retry, and experiment.
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    you are great!!! wow!!! amazing!
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    Thanks for sharing Hanzz.. Always a joy to see your work..
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