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Thread: A Storm Of Sheep

  1. #1
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    A Storm Of Sheep

    I'm having fun doing these, Thanks for all the kind comments.

    Oh and the new trick is simply to get more definition on the brush strokes, duplicate the layer go to Bump Blend Mode and choose Add, Merge Layer Down and repeat till it looks good... Something else I've only just discovered, soooo much to play with in Artrage.
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    fraser... thanks for that tip... the deep impasto of these brush strokes and vibrant colors are great eye candy!..

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    I feel like in the middle of a sheep storm.

    But then when I say it aloud, people tend to holler at me to enunciate.

    And petulantly I say:
    "Sheep! I tell you. . . a SHEEP storm! a storm of sheep as they hit their FAN!"

    And as understanding washes over their faces, they nod, and go back to grazing. . .
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Caw caw! No worries Mr. Scarecrow..your brain is here in this rabbit hole.
    If you don't believe me, look down and ask Mr. Mole.
    Go and find it for me master raven...please.
    The tin man will soon be here to taunt and tease.
    For the sheep are straying the harps are playing
    Van Gogh is going and I am staying.

    Hee hee! Another successful and gorgeous painting Neil!

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    really like that shiny, vibrant and modern palette...
    regards,
    waheednasir.
    www.waheednasir.com

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    great ideas in this one..........

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    Better and better! This painting is magnificent, fully expressive, fauvish.
    It's like You borrowed Alkratzer palette and wildly applied ity to Your emotions and feelings!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Bravo-bravo, dear fraser!
    choosing the words, we lose thoughts
    facebook, B, tumblr

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    Your Sheep series is stunning. Fun and beautiful.

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    This definitely has Wow factor Great tip on the bump blend modes too, thanks for sharing that
    "I paint because I love to cut mats" (Arthur Alexander)

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