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Thread: Spitfire

  1. #1
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    Spitfire

    I wish you could add sound to this.
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  2. #2
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    Hot damn....that's cool... I love WWII airplanes and the Spitfire is one of my favorites....

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    I like it! On the "How can it be improved?" section... Perhaps you could figure out a way to indicate the revolving propeller... But be sure to try it on a new layer so as to not mess up the fine work that has already been done!

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    fantastic work... both the aircraft and the sky...

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    I have tried to put the prop in a few times, I just mess it up. It looks unsightly. I cannot get the transparency needed.
    Any help would be appreciated.

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    Wonderful job on this. The WWII aircraft are great!
    As far as the prop goes, have you tried doing it on a separate layer and adjusting the opacity down until you get the right transparency?
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    First let me apologize as I see there is a critique forum as well and remarks like mine probably belong in that forum... Forgive me I am new here!

    Second, I think BarnBurner has the right idea! Only make three props on 3 layers. and then they can have the opacity different on all three. It will make it look more realistic I think. If not you can just delete the layers and be right back where you started, with a VERY nice image...

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    Excellent painting for an excellent fighter!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Well done, nice painting!

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