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    practice using the transform function

    tried out the transform function, duplicating layers, resizing and moving things around. I actually only painted 1 petal and 1 leaf and added some spraygun for the background
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    That's so pretty! I like it.
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    Shecat - great job - and certainly a successful use of the transform tool - really great job. If you saved your steps they would make an excellent tutorial - such a successful result that would be easy to digest. Great work.
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    What an imaginative way to use the transform tool, Shechat! What a beautiful display of flowers it turned out to be. Really nice work!

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    Shechat what a great painting, I love the colors of the flowers.
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    Looks fantastic love the way you done it too

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    Thank you Saddy,
    I don't know how to do a tutorial Byron, the technique escapes me I'm afraid but I appreciate your supportive comment.
    Sandra, Eileen, Valerie and mannafig thank you, Im pleased you liked it.

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