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Thread: Birth of the "Red Spot"

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    Birth of the "Red Spot"

    Just experimenting with some of the AR3 tools when I suddenly witnessed the birth of the Red Spot. And now I have all the answers to life's unanswered questions!

    Thanks Albert, and iceaxe (great idea!)

    I used oil paint, crayon, knife and chalk on this one.
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    "The significance is hiding in the insignificant. Appreciate everything."
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    That is awesome view! I would be shocked if to find that out!
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    Awesome! Has that stellar astronomical vibe to it, the colour tweak is galactic too Yes very cool...

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    Sketch, it is beyond awesome. It's both LOL and wow wow wow. And now I know where it all began, way back in the beginning.

    Pretty darn cool. When you venture in these waters your results are shockingly wonderful.
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    HEY!!!!!

    Bloody right Sketch!

    That's IT!




    ps I think it was you who told me about the green smilies??
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    I think it is growing. Keep it up.

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    Thank you Saddy, iceaxe, Byron, Peter, and Raybrite!!! This started off just as a blending exercise (the background) and figured I would have a little fun with it. Thanks for checking it out!
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    Awesome! I love the background!
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    WOW really draws you in fantastic work

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    Sketch, I think you've just taken me to the wild side! This is just too cool! I absolutely love your blending technique - just the right touch of blending without blurring.

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