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Thread: Liquid White and Liquid Black

  1. #21
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    I will take that remark kindly Enchanter, despite the fact that he's been dead since 1995! :lol: :lol:
    Luck is infatuated with the efficient.

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    My god, has it been that long? I remember learning of his passing. It was very sad. I frequently spoke of his demeanour in jest, but I used to love catching his programme on TV.

    Anyway. Didn't mean to derail the thread. That's a beautiful painting, Aged P.

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    The painting is just beautiful.

    Johan

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    same here, I love it !
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    Nice Aged P!
    Be well,

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    Dovedale

    The last scanned in Bob Ross painting that I have.
    When there are are no mountains, Artrage does it better.

    This was a pretty boring picture, but it was useful to do a total rework as practice.
    Working through the trees with varying Grain size and tone was easy and very enjoyable. the sky got toned down to a softer blue as well.

    To make it work you have to process the imported pic to provide a thin paint layer.
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    It's lovely!

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    thats an amazing picture, gorgeous!

    Bob Ross dead.... ops: ...I didnt actually start watching his programmes until a few years ago...I didnt realise!
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    Thankyou so much,

    I was using a hit or miss method b4. Schmearing on a color, then running the pallette knife over it, and smoothing it out, but like I said, it was very hit or miss.

    Personally I can use wet into wet for portraits, water, fur, heck, a whole lot of different uses. There's this one project on the Yarnell Fine Arts Workshop that this is perfect for. It's a lake scene with swans. Start with liquid white, and keep adding colors, in increasing intensity. Water looks amazing. Now to test it in ArtRage.

    Ooh and monochromes will work up lots faster too! Now I'm giddy :D.

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