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Thread: A World Behind the House

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    A World Behind the House

    Glooping again. I experimented with different effects also. Seems that if you duplicate your layer of gloop and use the saturation effect that it gives it a Batiik (I don't know if I spelled this correctly) appearance. This software is great!!!
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    These look as if they took quite some time to do Sandra but well worth the time. They are lovely, well done
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    Hi Katie, Thank you, I appreciate that. I started this one last night, and finished this morning over a cup of tea.

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    very pretty i could just imagine tiny fairies living there
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    Nice image.

    Some how I didn't go back to the main board and I added a image here while starting a new thread. I removed it.

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    Alexandra, I don't remember the name of this flowers but I know them very well, is a very ethereal image and continue your series of light images of flowers, beautiful !
    "All are about quiet and light." Dany
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    Beautiful flower painting Sandra. I also really like the version with the saturation layer effect on it, works well.

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    Alexandra,
    The possibilities of creating magnificent floral's with the Gloop tool now
    appear endless as you continue to create dream like beauty's such as
    these. This distinctively designed garden arrangement reminds me of
    one of my favorite spring blooms, the Hyacinth (Photo, below)

    The translucent quality of the petals in this piece is not unlike the
    gossamer wings of most garden fairy's worth their salt and ... I should
    know because I believe that I may have seen rare glimpses of these
    tiny sprites from time to time ... but only if I pretend that I am not
    looking. Absolutely beautiful!


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    Sterling painting Sandy!

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    So very Lovely Sandy!
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