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Thread: The Old Pier

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    The Old Pier

    Wanted to try something other then abstract. Still using the roller, knife and fill tool to get the look of weathered wooden pilons.
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    I would say that you got the look you were after...very nice texture
    Try to see as many angles of vision as possible...no single one of us has a "handle" on the whole picture.

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    wonderful painting very realistic, it's remember me Alvarve beach
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    I like it, love the effect you have created on the old wood.
    Could you give me some insight as to how you did that as I am working on something at the moment that has an old large weathered post in it and would love to try and create the same effect.
    Geoff

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    Quote Originally Posted by limey-g View Post
    I like it, love the effect you have created on the old wood.
    Could you give me some insight as to how you did that as I am working on something at the moment that has an old large weathered post in it and would love to try and create the same effect.
    Geoff
    Geoff,
    I am going to send you a message trying to explain how I managed to achieve that look of weathered wood. I am not quite computer literate enough to figure out how to do screen shots to visually show how I managed that. But I will be glad to try to explain it to anyone who would like to try the method I use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobbi View Post
    Geoff,
    I am going to send you a message trying to explain how I managed to achieve that look of weathered wood. I am not quite computer literate enough to figure out how to do screen shots to visually show how I managed that. But I will be glad to try to explain it to anyone who would like to try the method I use.
    Thanks Bobbi, message received, look forward to giving it a go.
    Regards Geoff

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    You really got an impressive image, dear Bobbi!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Bobbi, that old wood is just wonderful

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    Very effective

    The look of the wood, water and sky are all well done.

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    Wonderful texture Bobbi, you really do this so well

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