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Thread: A Fur Experiment

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    A Fur Experiment

    Believe it or not around 95% of this was done with Fashmir's very versatile fur brushes.

    I added in some wheat and bushy things and ended up here by a stream

    So big thanks to David fur the brushes heh heh heh
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    Da go Te'
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    That's so neat! Wonderful view!
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    Wonderful Peter
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    DANG !

    (that was my jaw bouncing on the table, sorry.)
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    Idyllic scene, Peter....I'd go there for a picnic in a heartbeat.
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    Terrific Peter, I could see myself sitting there.
    Valerie

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    Oh I agree with Foxy, this is as beautiful as the real thing. My jaw is on the table too.

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    That's awesome Peter! I want to be there
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    Just amazing! Fur brushes? I am so far behind on all this....gotta go look..
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    Huh. Fur. Brilliant. Occasions like this demonstrate the true creative geniuses in the crowd: those who can rename tools for success, people like me, who use oil paints... as oil paints, and can't get past the fact that they are named oil paints. This is fantastic work, I'll have to go fiddle with them now as well. I'm impressed!
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