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Thread: Old Books

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    Old Books

    I tried this previously using AR2.5 without much success. Gave it a shot today in AR3 using oils and various sticker spray brushes. I wasn't able to add any texture to the back wall, not sure how to do that so I applied some through PSPro.
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    It looks great almost like I could reach out a touch them
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    Love the book at the bottom of the pile Logic, look like it might be an interesting one to read. Great painting
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    Thank you for taking the time to view my work and for your support.
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    http://logicmgmt.com/1876/splash.htm (1876 Victorian England Revisited)

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    A really fine work, dear LogicsHere!

    As for the backwall textures, there are many ways to produce one.
    For instance using a high pressure roller
    and/or low pressure chalk on a oil base mixing two colours with the knife.
    and/ or merge and duplicate the result erasing with different pressures parts to provide scratches or lighter area
    and/ or adding at least another layer (even a monochrome one) and try the different blending modes (some of them fit to add to the texture).
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Very classical, I can say! just a small touch-up here and there would make it a masterpiece. BTW, thanks to Caesar for micro-tutorial, I'll try them to learn further!
    The artist is the lover of Nature, therefore he is her slave and her master. - Rabindranth Tagore

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