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    landscape with stickers

    An imaginary landscape using stickers. I made my own leaf sticker and a grass sticker (thank you Judith for the great tutorial). Its a complete painting with AR2 after lots of doodles and deletions. I keep finding more settings and options to try, I still haven't found all the goodies, but I'm having great fun looking and trying things out. Wow I don't know what happened to the top of the left hand tree, must be gremlins.
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    Last edited by shechat; 01-05-2010 at 10:47 AM.

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    shechat this is fantastic, I will have to learn how to make stickers. The water looks great also.
    Valerie

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    Super work.Just love your color pallet.Well done.
    Marty

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    Beautiful colour palette. This piece has a storybook quality that is very charming
    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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    Shechat,

    When you move (transform) your tree and go off the edge of the canvas, click off and then go to transform again, it cuts off your tree.

    Paint can not extend off the canvas. That's a good thing or I would have quite a mess on my background window

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    Valerie: Thank you. I can only make simple stickers but its a start. Judiths tutorial is great, basic and easy to follow. if I can do it .......

    Marty: Thank you for the nice comment

    Juz: Thank you your comment is appreciated

    Judith: So thats what happened to the top of my tree! Thank you for the tip. I will watch out for it and hopefully avoid it happening again. I hadn't noticed it until I posted it.

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    Hello Shecat, This painting is very fresh alive and awake! I like it!

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    What a lovely, fresh painting Shechat, well done
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    I love the trees the most in this picture. Prety greens and well done water.

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