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  1. #11
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    Carefull creationsings, that is so realistic, for a moment I feared you went non-virtual. Nice tag.

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    I hope I'm not too late fo the project!!
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    Panta rei (everything flows)!

  3. #13
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    Thank you, Wikash...glad you liked it.
    Mouse, hehe...that's the beauty of ArtRage paper textures. I can live vicariously through my computer. :-D
    Caesar, I like your skateboarder. I also like the way you have some brick showing through the wall. Nice effect.

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    Thank You creationsings and pleased to meet You in these Fora (i.e Forums in original ancient Latin plural)!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    I sure hope heikki replies to the question asked, I am also very curious about those small paint balls in grafitti2 pic...

    Anyone have any ideas how this was done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alildevil
    I sure hope heikki replies to the question asked, I am also very curious about those small paint balls in grafitti2 pic...

    Anyone have any ideas how this was done?


    Hi.

    Basic i use trace-image-photo that second image, what have i taken at real graffiti. And bubbles comes from glitter-tool tracing.
    1. Open new image example size 1280-1024.
    2. Load trace image and size it like you want. Don't convert on the layer.
    3. Use glitter-tool, bubble, and trace that graffiti on the layer using trace image colors.
    5. Use edit paper settings and make that backround like you want.

    Glitter-bubbling give something new,,,,nice testing times.


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    I think I was having a problem with step 2

    I just realized that there was different shapes in the glitte, usually mine only looked like small chips that you get at a casino.

    Tere is so much to this program, but thx for taking the time to explain it, appreciate it alot.

  8. #18
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    hy there, I'm a newbie :wink:

    just wantet to show one of my first ArtRage-"paintings" .. it came out as graffiti (sort of ...), that's why I decided to post it in this thread

    greetings, MSIE
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    The electric monkey! I like his smile.

    Cool.

    Welcome.

  10. #20
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    heres a banksy style graffitti ...copied an image .no tracing involved just refrenced ........added the ladyflash tag for my daughter .she was studying graffitti for her art exam ...a great choice me thinks ...............
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