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Thread: AR3 and me- new update 03-02-2010

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    Arrow AR3 and me- new update 03-02-2010

    Now some experiments to taste new tools
    1 - Watercolor for children on water- a bit of stickers for bush and grass- ref photo from thailandia- no tracing- one layer
    2 - Watercolor for my selfportrait with sunglasses- ref photo- no tracing- one layer
    3 - Gloop-pen Ortensia- no ref - only play and enjoy

    Hope you like....and I LOVE AR!
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    Last edited by silvy; 03-03-2010 at 07:52 AM. Reason: update
    Silvia Bandini

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    Silvey- beautiful. Each is beautiful in its own unique way. You seem to be finding your way around the new tools and pulling out lovely works. I like each of these - the color particularly is so vibrant and alive in each.
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    I really like the way you handled the figures in #1. I think I would like to see that same approach with bkg. #2-You self portrait is very cool! Love the look! #3- Is Ortensia same as Hydrangea?

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    They are wonderful Silvey
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    These are fantastic Silvy! I am particularly fond of the first one! You certainly have a handle on the watercolor tool!
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    Fantastic Silvy

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    What a collection Silvy, you're doing well with the watercolour I think that's a bit hard to handle, but you've done very well.
    You've got a whole different look with the gloop tool. Well done.
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    Thank you very much Byron for your nice words. I'm having fun trying out new tools to find my way.

    Many thanks dear Alexandra, you're always very kind.

    Hi Skylar, you're say well on background in first one, it is a bit messy.Watercolor must have brush cleaner, not repeated too much, because loses freshness. Thanks for your comment. Next time I'll be more careful #3 yes, it is

    Thank you very much Valerie and Oriane

    Many thanks Sketch and Sandy for your kind words. Watercolor is not easy, I still make mistakes even if here there is back button...need much exercises.

    Thank you Matthew. This summer I shall use it as an avatar ... if I don't make a new one
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    silvy, these are great paintings. The joyful times of spending with children outdoors. Very characteristic self-portrait and that you think it's just fun of playing tool, is like beautiful hydrangeas flowers to me. Everyone is so different.

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