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Thread: Piazza: a bit of an update

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    Piazza: a bit of an update

    Still plodding along as usual. A bit more here; just thought Id share.

    Happy Holidays to all!
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    The only problem with humor is that no one takes it seriously.

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    The more I look at this, the more I want to see the rest.

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    Thanks for taking a look, Doc!
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    Really love the colors. Please do more!

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    Thanks Judith! Slowly but surely, step by step. (I think I stole that from the 3 Stooges. )
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    Like the leaves!

    Re the greater picture.
    Im curious about your process.
    Do you often start from one side and thouroughly complete areas as you move across. Perhaps this is a layer?
    Have never imagined this technique before

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    Thanks for taking a look iceaxe!

    Depends on the project. If theres a lot of one color, I tend to move around so as not to get bored. If theres a lot of detail, I prefer to work with each bit til its done. Lots of layers and merging as I go. That way, if something doesnt work out early on, I can scrap what Im doing without wasting too much time.
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    Fabulous Scott. It makes me imagine all the many possibilities you'll put in the remainder of the canvas.

    I'm always fascinated with your process of fully (or near fully?) completing an area before tackling the next. It seems an unusual route, but in your hands it always turns out masterworks. I've seen enough of your WIP to know without a doubt what is to come will be masterful and wholly integrated with what you've already laid down.

    Beautiful work.
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    Thanks so very much, byron! All the best for the holidays!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottF View Post
    Thanks Judith! Slowly but surely, step by step. (I think I stole that from the 3 Stooges. )
    "Slowly I turn ... step by step ... inch by inch ..."
    Or in Scott's case ... pixel by pixel.

    Looking good, Scott.

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