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Thread: River's Path

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    River's Path

    Hope y'all like it..
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    Very cool use of texture. Ive never tried to use the thickness of the paint to get that much volume. Works really well. Are you able to post a version with the lighting turned off . It would be great to compare the two images.

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    Thanks for the comment, Brn.. I must admit, I know nothing of the lighting of which you speak..
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    Very nicely done Rick.
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    Hi Rick

    The Lighting can be turned on and off in the Canvas menu.
    Please excuse the poorly images Ive posted to show the effect.

    Just within in the couple of minutes I played with impasto paints Ive come to appreciate what you have done even more..

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    Fantastic painting Rick...
    Try to see as many angles of vision as possible...no single one of us has a "handle" on the whole picture.

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    Beautiful and masterfully done. Congratulations Rick

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    Thank you all for the nice comments.. Bruno, looks like the lighting switch might be worth playing with.. Thanks again..
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    Very cool indeed, Rick. I love the depth you've created with this style of painting. I think if you turn the lighting off, you would most likely lose some of this effect.

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