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Thread: Meet Me By the Old Covered Bridge

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    Meet Me By the Old Covered Bridge

    Hope to see you there. Just on the other side is a picnic table so bring a basket everyone.
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    Fantastic natural palette, and I love how you did the trees especially. Very nicely edited. Great control.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Very nice

    Amazing trees. Love to know how you did this!

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    Hi D Akey, and Marilyn Anne, thank you. You know, this morning I was looking through my magazines and found this photograph that I have always loved. I propped up the magazine page and freehanded it as you will see I did not use a photo trace or uploaded photo ref.
    I used the pen, loaded knife, eraser, art brushes, and the rock stamp. My perspective was not the best, but all in all I was pleased. I had about fourteen layers and used a green filter with a weak opacity setting.
    Had fun with this one. It is amazing what one may do with this software.
    Country living April 1998.Photograph by Craig Becker.
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    Very nice Alexandra, it looks so peaceful.
    Geoff

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    Love your work.

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    Sandy, this is a great job and it really does look like you had lots of fun doing this one

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    Lovely and it looks like just the perfect place to have a picinic

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    Geoff, Shadows, Pat, and Jean, Thank you! It was indeed fun to do, and brought back some great memories of a covered bridge we used to visit.

    Marilyn Anne, I forgot to mention that I used the masking straight edge tool to make a straight line for the body of the bridge and the roof. I filled in with paint bucket, and used the loaded knife on 1 pt to make the boards.

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    hi Sandra Great I liked the Film

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