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    Glooppatterning

    Hi All. A gloopy exercise. Form is in blurred bump paint covered entirely with gloop pen. 100% AR3. No filters.
    The jpg upload pretty much destroys the lighting and dulls the color, but if you blow up full screen it helps.
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    Last edited by byroncallas; 02-10-2011 at 08:48 PM.
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    You're right! The effects are dramatically better and marvellous by clicking on it. I wonder whether another format, maybe png over a transparent cell sheet, may be more like the original ptg as a look.
    It would be worth some tries ...
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    Hands clapping here Byron!!! Love it! The gloop tool is so fun and produces such a great outcome. I would love to see this pattern on Zazzle-totally cool for anything! Especially for my favorite apparel~shoes.

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    Wow thats like looking through a stain glass window. Bravo Byron
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    This one shines bright at full size Byron. Really like it.

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    Byron, this is beautiful, even better when I clicked on it, I hope someday the color change can be corrected when uploading to jpeg, it really does change some of the colors

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    Wow, wow, wow! The vibrant colors just make me sing!

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    Thanks everybody - you are all wonderfully generous. Much appreciated.
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    definitely need to be clicked on to get the richness and deepness of the colors. it looks like some wild and crazy stained glass.

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    Albert, thanks. Much appreciated.
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