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Thread: Sad Glow - Stained Glass

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    Smile Sad Glow - Stained Glass

    Stained Glass Challenge - finally I got something to show

    stained glass ... ok, my first try looked like a carpet .. the next ones just were too bland to show them here

    this is what I came up with after NOT trying to create stained glass
    I was just doodling around (as always .. lol) and then added the silver lines and it looked like stained glass, somehow

    watercolour, some oil, knife, pencil, paint tube, airbrush - lots of layers and blend modes and so on... those silver dots are sticker spray "Black Pearl"

    click to enlarge - I hope you like it
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    yes yes yes and I like the way you've soldered the joints

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    MSIE.... very much a piece of stained glass jewel like in the glass quality... turned out pretty darn good!!.. very floral in the pattern.. nice job

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    @ Eighty+ .. thank you it took me some time to get those "black pearls" right on the spot, had to alter the spray variation settings of the default sticker spray preset and use eraser. glad you noticed

    @ gxhpainter ~ thank you! yes, floral .. but also somehow chaotic - that's just how I feel at the moment .. and I just don't bother with aligning anything while I'm painting ... screw the "rules" ... just paint what you feel, eh?

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    This turned out really well
    Try to see as many angles of vision as possible...no single one of us has a "handle" on the whole picture.

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    Love it.
    With modern firing and fusing techniques in glass today you could probably actually produce a panel very similar to this design
    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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    Thats one fine painting MSIE filled with fire andsuch wonderful colours
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    MSIE, magnificent work, this is very appealing and very well done, like it very much

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    MISSe MISSe its those little things that make it a Jewel in the Crown


    but be carefull about screw the rules or you might find yourselve

    hanging next to me

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    thank you semd74, Juz, coops, and pat for your kind comments!

    @ Eighty+ ... as far as I can see you're not hanging yet

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