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    The cool part of digital is you can save versions. You can save a copy as is, and then try stuff out. I can't imagine you not doing a great job on his threads.

    Love the expression. I don't think Charlie ever had a change of expression during his career. So you could put any attire on him all the way back.

    Nice "stony" expression, Hanzz. Well done, even in mid-stream.

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    The skin texture is superb!
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    Thanks for the advise, D Akey. Thanks Enug.
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    Finished ! What a great program this is !!!!!
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    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    Yes, I agree Hanzz but it still needs a great artist like you to drive it! Amazing work as usual.
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    The threads look like a good fit. Well tailored and all. But sort of conservative for an old rocker. That in itself is worth a grin.

    You're back in the saddle, Hanzz! Glad you like the program. I knew you'd get the hang of it in lightning speed.

    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Thanks D Akey,and Enug.
    Pitty the forum is a bit slow in users these days. We knew other times,didn't we..
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

    My ArtRage 3 and 4 Gallery------My Site ------- BROWSE MY BOOK

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    This is Vincent Cassel (oceans 12&13 movies) all done in AR6, with the airbrush tool.

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    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    Quite a twinkle in his eye.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hanzz View Post
    Thanks D Akey,and Enug.
    Pitty the forum is a bit slow in users these days. We knew other times,didn't we..
    Indeed we did, Hanzz. People tend to go where people and activity is. When ArtRage started it was unique and captured people's aspirations to do Art in a unique way -- especially for people who had Art on their bucket list. There was excitement around people getting to explore something they had put aside while life priorities got in the way.

    Somebody also pointed out that the universe of mobile devices exploded and changed how people interacted. Plus there are a whole lot of programs that appeared on the scene and that thinned the AR user base. AR also switched their aim to the casual user market and since the professional companies collected around Photoshop and so on, the pros had to follow that route as it was how one got hired.

    I remember the flag waving discovery of people looking at AR as a personal cause like when the Amiga computer and MAC people were nearly fanatical about building a huge user base. Remember when people were trying on a personal level in getting AR into schools and so forth. And we were all riding high on that wave of enthusiasm. Was a whole lot of fun.

    Anyway, glad you're enjoying doing caricatures still. You've always stood out as one of the top artists in the forums.

    This latest one is really cool! Very distorted but still clearly the person. Always like a magic act.
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