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    how to paint spots:

    Hi! I just discovered that great ability of the eraser tool:
    first use the glitter, rather big size and big pressure:
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    next use the spade to spread it a little bit:
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    later use a very gentle erasier- 2 or 3 percent and erase the glitter dots gently
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    if you want more dots just add more glitter in the meantime and erase it gently again. later i draw a shape of the cat on it and erased what i didnt need and i have a spotty cat now:
    try it and please post some of your pictures if you like this way of drawing
    rozalek
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    I used the spots in the background of this picture)) finally I know how the layers work yuppi. this picture is not finished though
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    Love that background.

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    Thank youI know Robert, it's wonderful and so sublime... hua hua
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    Excellent tut. I'm getting acquainted with your paintings and techniques. I love your work.
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    Well done... I have found the eraser to be an extremely valuable tool. It's great for making clouds. Also for blending colors. You can thin them down to get whatever kind of look you want. Usually when I want to thin something down, I go to a very light pressure, anywhere from 1 to 3%, and a fairly wide path, depending on the subject.
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