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  1. #21
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    Definitely on the right track.

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    doc as promised i've worked on that landscape , not sure if any better what do you think problem when trying to make a mark or line half of it seams to dissolve any clues

    thanks Ceazar Tools driving me crazing not like a plain sheet of paper
    being a computer oldie all these new fangled gadgets are hard for poor old brain to except but with luck and a lot of pratice I hope to win
    but i think that artrage is fantastic it should be in all schools
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    quickie still can't get the brushes and colour to work as i would like
    formediable in my best french do they always
    look left because I'm left-handed yes or no just a thought
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    colour trial tried p knife nearly in trouble o'yeah traced it not as good as
    drawing freehand lose the feeling but you can smash on with the colour
    quick
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    I like the sketch in posts #15 & #16. Reminds me of a monk quietly sharing a funny memory with himself
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    Dali confused I have imported this image just done a few things increased his mustashe and highlights thinking of doing more wondered if this is the way portrait's are going, comments your view's please, I think its good for pratice as you can play with colour regards E+
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    thanks everybody liked the bit about the monk had to have look myself I think Robert Helpman would be amused as well, its a photo from balletomane's sketch-book 1941 mainly about ballet during the war for ballet lover's that's R/H in "The Prospect Before Us"

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    pauve diable Dali french as spoken para moi savae the memory is fading well I had a go at Dali don't think he's amused
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    pauve diable Dali french as spoken para moi savae the memory is fading well I had a go at Dali don't think he's amused

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    hi watch out he's looking for his girlfriend
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