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Thread: Oil and Spatula AR3 experiment

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    Beautiful image, and very weldone.

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    Your experiment and Your painting left me speechless ...
    Do You need some specific setting and trick to get it or just thick oil and blender knife (which type/ setting in case)?
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    You should be very pleased, Oriane....
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    I would like to thank all the comments regarding this work. Your views are really very welcome. The beginning of this experiment started with the thread "Thick and flattened paint", whose link is here.

    In the coming days will be posting here a more detailed view of the technique I used, as was suggested to me. Again thank you for the generous comments.

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    Please, a Red Carpet for Master Orianelima.

    Impasto look like a Digital Painting breakthrough.
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    Thank you for sharing, Oriane, so kind from you... am looking forward to the next"experiment" of yours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexmartin View Post
    Please, a Red Carpet for Master Orianelima.

    Impasto look like a Digital Painting breakthrough.
    Alex, sorry the delay in answering your magnificent post. Congratulations on your beautiful abstract painting.

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    AT-TA - Very good reproduction, Oriane, i know that you like spatula a lot...but now...the third part...how...did you achieve that...or is a secret? Am waiting here...:-)

    Caesar - Your experiment and Your painting left me speechless ...
    Do You need some specific setting and trick to get it or just thick oil and blender knife (which type/ setting in case)?

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    Dear friends, I am finishing a tutorial on how to oil paint, using different techniques. Tomorrow I will post this tutorial. Thank you for your kind attention.

    There is much room for experimentation to refine this technique to enhance the quality of digital impasto brushing, but this should get the ball rolling. This is a very broad field and I hope that everyone can enjoy the technical capacity of this program.

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    So good from you, dear friend,and i will try to catch the rolling ball first..

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