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Thread: I really must finish something off!

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    I really must finish something off!

    Just started sifting through a mass/mess of part drawn stuff and finishing a few off. This started out as Arthur's Pass NZ, but got a touch of the English Lake District along the way.

    (If you use Glitter for leaves, it can print out pretty awful.)
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    bloke, thats brilliant, as i said in other posts i love landscapes....wow.....

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    i came back to look at your picture again...those mountains in the back look very real!

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    I made them craggy with the Chalk, I think, then smoothed them out a bit with the Airbrush. Technically they should have been bluer and dimmer, but I couldn't bring myself to fade them out any further!
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    hi.

    thats a nice scenery aged p and yes u are right about the dimness/blueness of the mountains at the background. but this still looks nice....
    regards,
    waheednasir.
    www.waheednasir.com

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    ENCHANTER wrote:
    ...those mountains in the back look very real!
    I agree with ENCHANTER amazing mountains Aged P.

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    Oh wow that's phenomenal. Brilliant painting.
    What can I say - it's just gorgeous.

    Regarding printing - you could try going into your printer advanced settings and increase the contrast and colour vibrancy. It might help.
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    This is looking great Aged P. I am enjoying the realism of this. I am curious about the problem with printing glitter. Can you elaborate? I haven't tried to print anything up to this point.
    Be well,

    "Teach, Learn, Thrive"~DM


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    Update

    Having seen Waheed's latest effort, I went back and moved the mountains further away!
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    It's still just as astounding and fantastic - only now I have to drive further

    Really really great painting, Aged P.
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