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Thread: Jules miniature watercolor series

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    Jules miniature watercolor series

    This took minutes to paint, watercolor brush and stickers.. more to come...

    Im trying to do representations of English watercolours, you will find that white patches of paper will be left showing through the painting. (stonehenge is a good example)
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    Last edited by Jules; 01-03-2010 at 10:42 PM.
    You can view all my other artwork here http://spookyjules.blogspot.co.uk/

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    Another sunset 2

    I used airbrush, pencil watercolor ink and blenders
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    Stonehenge

    Watercolour tools, gloop pen and pencil
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    Fine collection Jules.
    Sandyg.

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    thank you sandyg
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    Thank you Irishrose the frames other than the first one I did are done using photoshop, I like white borders around paintings, reminds me of the card that you put into a frame I was having a few problems editing and pasting the images in photoshop not sure why, in the end I just did a screengrab in the photoshop stage area, which doesnt look too bad.

    I sent you a PM

    Jules
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    Castlerigg stone circle ~ Lake District UK

    Done entirely with pencil, watercolours and gloop for textures.
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    I dont know what it is, but I find it easier than regular sized paintings, although this one took me longer to do. I can be impatient and rush my work, by working smaller I get them finished quicker
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    Sizes are roughly 400x200px I use the rectange selection tool and paint inside it, I just do it by eye really for the size I want.
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    How do you find out the DPI? senior moment lol?

    Ive never heard of ACEO until you mentioned it
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