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    The Young Wizard

    Haha, had to make a party date for the witch! Hope you get a kick out of this one.
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    Nice painting Sandra
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Love the background here, Sandy... nice, fluffy. Yes, and there's a place on the broom still... for she witch...

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    Great fun Sandy,that broom looks like a high end Broom!You have been very busy painting,good for you!

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    Thanks AT. I felt the same way. Later I will have to draw her on the back.

    Yes indeed Scott, this one was a bit on the expensive side. I am thinking Honda or Husqvarna broom. haha! Yeah, I am trying to work on drawing figures as this has been a weak point with me. Every morning early I try to do a picture. I am feeling more confident now working with layers and anatomy. Practice is good and very good for my stress level. (and, I am totally in love with the crayon on cell!)

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    Dear Sandra, I guess this guy is a Harry Potter's team-mate and a Quidditch (right?) champ.
    Fine illustration also in view of Halloween and an interesting consideration about crayon on cell. I should give a try. But how do You use it exactly and what's the peculiar feature or effect You like to get pls?
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    I like this Sandra, it looks like fun
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    Great job Sandra! It was thoughtful of you to provide him with a "Green" mode of transportation - no polluting emissions...
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    Cesare, I quite agree- I am sure with all of the colorful characters that JK has written in that he would be Harry's team mate for sure! Thanks so much, so happy that you liked this one.
    I have uploaded how I use crayons. I hope it is not too messy. Just be sure to check your texture and change to cell if necessary.
    I forgot a step. Once you have drawn with the deeper shade grey or black you can merge your layer and blend for depth.
    Our talented mate SCP is much better at explaining or teaching I am sure, so if you need further instructions or better for that matter-he's a great one to talk with. He has a video that is fantastic-From Grey to Colour I believe it is called.

    Thanks so much Evelyn!

    Haha Mike, good thinking-I love it-that is great! Thanks so much my dear friend!
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