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Thread: First Finished ArtRage pic

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    Wink First Finished ArtRage pic

    Hi Everyone, I've been having lots of fun experimenting with Artrage & thought I would share my first finished pic. I used a ripple stencil from a pic in the forums by RobertSWade to enhance the water but apart from that it's my own work. The reference photo was by Jean Williamson from the book of postcards entitled Sacred Stones.
    Please feel free to comment as I am just starting out in digital art, my usual medium being Encaustic wax.
    Anne
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    Lovely glow to this one Harvestmoon and glad to see you having great fun with Artrage
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Thanks coops, glad you like it
    Anne

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    Welcome. You made a wonderful work on this. Aerial perspective and perfect water emulation on a tonally modulatd monochrome ...
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Thanks Caesar, glad you like it. After a few comments in other forums I have reworked the piece slightly to give less symmetry to the position of the stones. I hope this improves it.
    Anne
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    It's better for sure. A central simmetry is almost never the best choice for a composition, as they use to teach ... balancing is a little different.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    This really lovely, welcome to our happy forum.
    Geoff

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    Welcome Anne
    Really a lovely painting.
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    Wonderful mood in this one Anne, its a lovely painting and place. Great !

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