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Thread: Using Canvas Textures

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    Using Canvas Textures

    This is an abstract using varied roughness and texture sizes along with water color brush, gloop pen, fill tool and metalic and non metalic colors. The way the paint fills the texture is fascinating. When I went as far as I wanted to with colors, etc., I turned off the roughness and grain size and was left with this result.
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    Nice work Bobbi.

    Using the layer textures is fun, isn't it? I vary them a lot, when using the watercolor tool, to get different bleeding effects, or to make it look as though the paints were sponged, or dabbed.
    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

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    Bobbi, what a great experiment, like it a lot, colors and design is great

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    Thanks for posting this interesting painting and demo. I'm guilty of not exploring Canvas Textures but now that I see the power I am intrigued!
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    Very Creative.
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    Bobbi thanks for sharing this great technique.. I love the results and will have to give it a try...this is a neat experiment..

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    You've got some great effect going there Bobby

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    I like this composition very much. However You got it, you ended out with a very fine composition and artpiece!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Yes turned out great Bobbi.

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