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Thread: A Good Read

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    A Good Read

    This is a work that has been really useful that it was done on digital format. Not having had any formal training but just knowing what I like and don't like, it is sometimes difficult to see what to do until after the event. Initially I had the sea going as a chevron in the other direction, so the thin end was where the feet were. Then I realise it would even up the painting if I did it the other way. The painting sort of leaned to one side visually. Then I realised that I would rather stipple the dress and figure, than have it the way it was. I could do this, because the painting was in layers and more to the point was digital. It don't look it though do it?
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    Last edited by PaperTree; 02-08-2010 at 08:52 AM.
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    And some more updates.
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    Last edited by PaperTree; 02-09-2010 at 10:25 PM.
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    Hi teresa,
    This looks wonderful! I can see it becoming a great painting!!
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    Hay there, thanks very much. It is taking me much longer than I thought it would, I keep on shooting off and doing something else, then I come back to it, but it is all good stuff and a great learning curve. Would you believe, that I wanted this to be a watercolour painting to begin with, but it all went belly up when I picked up the wrong tool. I liked the look and then re-did the look for acrylics. Hahaha!
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    I think this has turned out really well,,love the colours

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    I saw this on your blog Teresa, I thought it was an acrylic painting! Did you do it both acrylic and digital? Either way it's a wonderful painting and great subject!
    "The significance is hiding in the insignificant. Appreciate everything."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sketchism71 View Post
    I saw this on your blog Teresa, I thought it was an acrylic painting! Did you do it both acrylic and digital? Either way it's a wonderful painting and great subject!
    Thank you so much. Tee, Heee, it is all digital. I took a photo of my desk easel with a blank canvas sitting on it. I then super imposed the JPEGs of the ArtRage W.I.P. onto it. It was an experiment to find out how many people would think that it was a real life painting, but my art blog is a bit slim on show pieces so not many people visit it at the moment.

    I wanted to see how good ArtRage was, in its realism for its claim of being a natural painting application. Seems like it worked! Yay!

    Last edited by PaperTree; 02-08-2010 at 10:32 AM.
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    Ha ha ha! You got me!!! Artrage (and your artistic ability) passed the authentic test! Totally cool! I'm still laughing!

    Edit: I'm going to be more careful on your blog from here on out...lol!!!
    "The significance is hiding in the insignificant. Appreciate everything."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sketchism71 View Post
    Edit: I'm going to be more careful on your blog from here on out...lol!!!
    Just a bit of fun, glad you saw the funny side of it. LOL
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    Wonderful demonstration. Very nice and well done.

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