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    Trying out ar3pro

    I tried out my Artrage 3 pro and the two pics just went where they did as I played around.
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    These are both excellent EB! I like the design and colors of the first one and the way you painted the clouds in the second one is exceptional!
    "The significance is hiding in the insignificant. Appreciate everything."
    — Eckhart Tolle

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    You call this playing around? Wow. I really like the shark picture and the clouds are great (I struggle with clouds quite a bit). Thanks for sharing.

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    Fabulous EB!
    Da go Te'
    Best to you

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    Thank you

    I was playing with the settings trying some of them out.
    My grandson was setting on my lap part of the time so I hurried it along for him. I touched them up a little bit to make it a little more presentable, but I didn't intend for them to be keepers. I have had too many distractions this last year and I haven't committed myself to deeper more refined project.
    I haven't planned out anything in some time which would afford far better results. I have a bad habit of smearing some paint without a clue about what the picture will be and then going hither and yon as the shapes remind me if something. Then I wind up trying to pull the thing together in to something tangable.
    It is hard to produce anything of any quality painting that way and I really need to stop doing that and do something serious.
    With all that said doodling is still enjoyable and still retains a minor entertainment value.

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    these are both great and I esprcially like the sky.
    Valerie

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    Two different styles, both great, well done EB.
    Sandyg.

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    It's happy to see you back here, EB, and you brought us two very beautiful paintings. I like them both. Love the color choice you use in the first one and the brush works on the second.

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    This is beautiful EB
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