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Thread: Scarlet Macaw (First ArtRage 4 painting )

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    Skylar,
    Such magnificent colors against that perfect sky! L

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    Thanks so much for commenting! This is my first finished piece using AR4. (Some really nice changes to the program.)
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    Sorry, did not understand: how to download the demo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vladislav View Post
    Sorry, did not understand: how to download the demo?
    If nobody answers here, this being a thread that folks have already looked at, you may want to take it into general chat section and ask it there. I'd answer if I knew. Or, you can contact support.

    I would look on this page first where they have the links to many things including 'Contact' where they can tell you if you're eligible for a discount or whatever.

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    Marvelous, colorful bird.

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    Looking through all the threads with "birds" - this is a great find! I particularly like the feathers at the base of the neck and top of the wing, you captured some great detail and texture. So very jealous and inspired. I would have liked to see the background a bit more... hm, not sure - with more colour gradient and more oil feel to it? But nevertheless the macaw is splendid. I'd love to be able to paint parrots at that level one day.

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    Skylar, those feathers look so FLUFFY, what a great effect. Great contrasts overall. Really well done

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