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    AR3 Pencil Tool

    I mostly paint abstracts and am not a competent representational artist. But I tried the AR pencil tool to draw from a reference photo of the house I grew up in as a little boy. I felt for someone who almost never makes representational images it wasn't all that bad. The pencil tools made it easier than I would have expected. They are so vastly improved in AR3. I think everyone will be blown away with what they can do with both the new pencil and ink pen tools. .
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    Last edited by byroncallas; 12-02-2009 at 08:21 PM.
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    Hey Byron...Dont be down on yourself... this is a remarkably good for someone who's" Only trying it out "......Hmmmmm, Must try this out myself, thanks for posting..... Jack.
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    Except for the stripes in the foreground, I find this a really nice drawing. very well done in my opinion.
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    Jack, Hanzz, you're too kind, and likewise much thanks.

    Hanzz, thanks for the good feedback on the foreground - I do get your drift.

    Rose, you know I'm the sentimental type, and of course there is chocolate to soothe those tears.
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    That's an excellent sketch Byron, and it's wonderful to see another side of your artistic self, one that i reckon you ought to pursue further perhaps.

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    Thanks Silent One. Much appreciate the thoughts. Hey, maybe I'll take a drawing class.
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    The house is great. Good to see you trying other things with your amazing talent. The perspective seems really spot on to me. I really like the realistic drawing you have made with the pencil. I would have guessed it was a real pencil sketch that had been scanned.

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    I am with gz. It's great Byron. Just unexpected.... so monochromatic.... .

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    Rose - thanks again. I'll see if I can dig up a bulldozer.

    Albert/Belvrog:
    Thanks so much. I think you can hand a lot of praise to the program. There wasn't any digital touch up or tweaking - that's exactly how the pencil laid down the digital graphite. I did use the blender to smudge a little here and there just like you would with a real pencil. Seems like AR3 delivers a real-world simulation pretty effectively.

    Belvrog: yes, monochromatic. That deserves an lol.


    Thanks,all, again for the kind comments.
    Last edited by byroncallas; 12-03-2009 at 06:30 AM.
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    I do believe. . .

    Byron, if you can draw that well, even with cyber assistance, you don't need lessons. Just do more of it.

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