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    Pink Daylily

    Using chalk on blackboard -- well a "greenboard" anyway.
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    Mmm... that's perfect. The style suits the medium you've used just perfectly.
    The depth of field to the picture works really well.

    Fantastic work!
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    Dear Creationsings, you daylilly is beautiful !!!!!!!!!

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    Absolutely perfect and gorgeous

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    Tizz a lovely picture.... Jack.
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    Some of my artwork can be seen at the above link.......Jack.

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    Wow!! So lovely. Wish I can do the detailed strokes like yours later. Can I do that with mouse?

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    woo good stuff...love how the further stems are in soft focus


    Selby
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    Andy, Lee, Bumble, Jack, Pai, and Selby....Thanks so much for all your comments. It means a lot.

    Pai, I would think that Chalk would be a nice tool to use with the mouse...there's no tapering effect with less pen pressure like with the brushes, so you'd not be missing out on that. And based on all the "mouse-only" artists' work I've seen here, I'd say there isn't anything that can't be done with a mouse with ArtRage if the artist is willing to try.

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    Creationsings,

    Your Daylily sings too! One of my favorite!

    Kind Regards,

    Florida Girl 8)

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    In a word......Beautiful!

    Best to you

    Peter

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