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Thread: Electric Guitar

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    Electric Guitar

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    I have been experimenting with Twaager's gradient tips. It can bring out some interesting effects.

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    That one to the left would have to be Keith Richard's because he dispensed with the low E string, making 5. The other could be a ukelelelelelel or bass or maybe even pizzicato violin or something of that 4 string genre.

    Very clever and original look at the subject. Love the sharp clean peaks. Feels plucked or snapped. Well done Bobbi!
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    Looks pretty cool and the effect you did is nice!

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    Terrific! Maybe adding some black notes on the pentagram would work too ...
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Really like this type of thing - anyone care to enlighten the ignorant amongst us about the gradient technique.

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    Third Rock, go to the "Tips and Tricks" part of the forum. Check out the thread by Twaager entitled "Quick and easy gradient". I think you will find it interesting. One tip I will add, when doing gradients, make sure the canvas is set for zero roughness and zero grain size. In any case, experiment and you may be pleasantly surprised with the results.

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    Very vibrant painting Bobbi, well done
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    Really nice Bobbi, I always love your explorations and innovations...

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    @ Bobbi - thanks

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