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Thread: Lady Agnew rough sketching

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    Lady Agnew rough sketching

    I wanted to give a try me too.
    I think I'll go with oils too later on.
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    Caesar why do you say rough sketch ?? every thing looks okay

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    Because I started on paper, dear ATPlus, then changed to canvas to possibly paint behind it (which is rougher by definition) and I didn't proceed to zoom in and improve details definition. Anyway the best skill for an amateur artist is always to stop at the right stage, so as not to waste the outcome that far .... This time I probably did right.
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    Hael Caesar can we zoom in for details I didn't know you could thanks

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    ... and I've got an X-Ray sight and a radar too for spotting ladies' details which are beyond AR3 Studio Pro features. Didn't You know it, dear ATPlus?
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    Really beautiful Cesare are you going to colour her? Just curious
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    Thank You very much, dear Sandra! Maybe further Lady Agnew's interpretations can now be boring for some mates, but I saw it as a new challenge, so ...

    One color version (a brand new and oil made one is in the WIP section where I put the first step, an almost complete background quickie), dear Amanda. I may also try to overpaint this version with watercolor or any other tool, but I still have to think about details. Thank You!
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