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    A way to mimic repousse art using AR

    Hi Guys & Girls,

    Here follows a little tutorial of just one of the many ways to mimic repousse art using AR. I you followed this thread: http://www2.ambientdesign.com/forums...ad.php?t=23232, you will know what I'm talking about

    This technique is very simple, yet surprisingly effective.

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    I hope you enjoy the tutorial.

    C & C's welcome.

    Regards,

    Yvan.
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    Here are steps 1, 2 and 3:
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    And here are steps 4, 5 and 6...
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    ... and 7, 8 and 9...
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    Last but not least, the finishing touches and the final result
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    Thanks Rose,

    I'm sure you'll do great once you start experimenting.

    One limitation of AR (at present) is that you cannot move the "light" around which shines from the top left above the canvas, so you will not be able to get the same lighting effect you see on the references I used in the tutorial. With the new AR 3 just around the corner, this may change. That would be great.

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    Dear Yvan, oh goody!! and good job!!!, now, a real plan, Thank You!!!, never saw those layer settings before!! sure will try this,

    Dear Rose, Very pretty design, hmmm Irish isn't it!!!!

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    You're off to a fabolous start Rose. Nicely done!

    Lee, thanks for the kind words. Don't forget to experiment with overlay blend mode as well (or any of the others for that matter. After all, why use half the tools when you can try them all out?).
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    Cool!

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