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Thread: Mah' first fruit still life

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    Mah' first fruit still life

    Had an idea, so I whipped it out this morning in half an hour. OMG I LOVE THIS PROGRAM. I would have spent so much time fighting the tool settings in Corel Pinter.
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    LOL that's a nice one !
    Love to see more from you !
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    That is cute. I am wondering if you ate the apple or did the mouse eat it?

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    I'd tone down the grapes. They are too bright. Use a smoother, grayer green, hint on translucence.

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    Dear Gryphern, Hello! what a terrific first painting!!! could be an illustration for a story,, like it a lot! really good job!! keep it up!

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    Under light, grapes, AND apples will both gleam. Not sure about the bananas, I don't have any in the house to look at either at the moment. The gleam on the grapes is good, try adding gleam to the apple and perhaps the banana. Looks great though! Love the mouse.
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    Bananas are dull. However, they spot all sorts of subtle texture like dark spots, blemishes, freckles...

    Apples gleam.

    Grapes are translucent and can gleam or be dull, depending on how much natural wax there is on them, which also creates a bluish "fog" on their surface.

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