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Thread: Stickerspray Mandala (UPDATE April 18)

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    Smile Stickerspray Mandala (UPDATE April 18)

    heya, I'm back with some stickerspray .. this time I made a mandala. I hope you like it!
    I very much enjoyed creating all those sticker sprays and putting them together to form a mandala.
    the original file is much larger and crisper, but oh well ...

    enjoy! [click to enlarge]
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    Wonderful, I love mandalas!

    Did you make the component stickers in Artrage? That's a very interesting technique.

    Really great!

    Brett
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    Quote Originally Posted by hypotaxis View Post
    Wonderful, I love mandalas!

    Did you make the component stickers in Artrage? That's a very interesting technique.

    Really great!

    Brett
    glad you like it, thank you Brett
    and yes, all those stickers were created using ArtRage - I love making those things!
    I either create them from scratch in ArtRage, or I take what has been shared by fellow ArtRagers in our Art Supplies forum and play with the settings, or I import old Photoshop brushes from back when I was still fiddling with PS , or I use Inkscape or Alchemy to create shapes which I then import into ArtRage to create my stickerspray presets.
    I also vary the stickerspray settings "on the fly" while painting, but I don't save every preset I use - it has become second nature for me to have the Spray Variation window open to be able to alter the settings of any stickerspray I use ...

    ... and when I got some free time I really can immerse myself in painting with stickerspray for hours!
    here's another mandala I just made, I hope you like it as well!

    enjoy! [click to enlarge]
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    Creative use of a symmetry filter.
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    Thats so beautiful and must have taken some time to do, well done
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    Both are really beautiful !! Excellent texture. Your work on stickers is great.
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    Thats loooke very nice, but how did you do it? I hope once a day artrage did have an symmetrie tool like krita with 2 (mirrored) .... or with 3, 4, 5 ....10 and more instances.

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    These are Really beautiful works..

    Anj... your skill with this technique is amazing.. these are rich and full of depth and lead one on and into it ...you have truly taken a technique and pushed it deep into the spiritual in art.

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    Looks like hours and hours of work well worth it!

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    f a n t a s t i c !
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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