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  1. SubtleTease

    11x14 ArtRage Studio Pro. Hope you enjoy!
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  2. #2
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    artroloand - super work, excellent combination of shiny textures , hair and skin tones. definitely a Subtle Tease

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    very nice, you must have one very steady hand.
    Geoff

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    Not that subtle and subliminal to me, but I think it's my brain fault ....
    Stupendous!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Lust! Amazing talent... and I have to agree, that is one very steady hand...you should see my shivering hands make a line..

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    Very much not subtle but very hot!!! Really nicely done
    Treat Others as you wish to be treated

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    Subtle tease indeed! Very well done. Excellent!!
    My real name is Neal Gilbertson, AKA Gilbert Neilson, AKA Jibes.
    I'm a musician too. Please come hear my music at:
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    Steaming hot!!!

  9. Thanks all

    Not a terrifically stead hand, just some smoothing applied, along with fast, swooshy strokes. I learned a long time ago (alot of sketching), that slowly drawing a line isn't what gets it smooth. It's a moderately quick stroke, coupled with constantly repeating the lines, that gets a smooth line.

    And like I said, a bit of smoothing helps.

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    I LOVE IT ! Great work.

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