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Thread: Denial (AR3 test)

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    Denial (AR3 test)



    My first AR3 work. Had a try of the new Watercolour brush and it's amazing!

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    That is EXCELLENT water color work. I think you've got the knack right out of the box. Beautiful.
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    Beautiful work. I love the color and the strokes.

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    Very nice effect with the watercolors. I have been working with watercolor brushes quite a bit lately, but was wondering how you got the soft look. Did you use the knife to achieve this? Wondering if you had a different setting for one of the brushes perhaps I missed.
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    Wow, very nice. Congratulations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMerchen View Post
    Very nice effect with the watercolors. I have been working with watercolor brushes quite a bit lately, but was wondering how you got the soft look. Did you use the knife to achieve this? Wondering if you had a different setting for one of the brushes perhaps I missed.
    Hi, thank you for your comment. I actually used the defalt setting, but the key is to use the brush as big as possible (so there's enough water to blend with) and keep your brush on the paper until you coloured what you want (to avoid extra marks). I don't quite like the wet knife as it produces kinda fake texture.

    Just don't make the colour bleed to low. Hope it helps.

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    very very nice.
    Valerie

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    Looks great
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