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Thread: Artrage and real oil hybrid

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    Artrage and real oil hybrid

    A painting I did, its half real oil paint and half painted in artrage, can you see the join?

    I treated myself to a box of real oil paints, ive only done 2 oils paintings in my life, I created some sort of abstract, using a real palette knife it was fun and the smell of the oil paint was wonderful. I wanted to have a play with real impasto, so I could understand how it felt on a real canvas and how I could manipulate the same thing using artrage. The oil felt sticky and it was fun to move around.

    I loaded the image of my painting into artrage and had a go at moving the oil around with an artrage palette knife and oil brushes. What I did notice was, the difference between, real oil and oil in artrage is the vivid light reflections, (really wet look) so I might have a go at trying to re-create that in AR. Was fun!
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    Wow Jules I like this very very much and well done you for the combination. I envy you that wonderful smell of the paint. Well done its great
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    thanks coops
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    I like it, however you came up with it!
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    Jules, very nice. I'm speechless. Love it, so I can imagine all the potential that you can develop. Fantastico.

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    Jules this is fantastic,I love it
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    Jules: two things: 1) Wonderful painting, no kidding. 2) Great exercise - it must have been real real fun.
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    This is an excellent concept. In all honesty, I can't see where one ends and one begins. Very Very Interesting! I might have to do some of this.
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    Question is: Is it a "smudge over" when its a photo of a painting you did in the first place? Nice image and fun exercise Jules!

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