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Thread: 3 new drawings

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    3 new drawings

    Hi,

    Did three new paintings with Artrage 3, see below, feedback welcome:

    Stanley Steam car:
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    Two surreal ones:
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    Click image for larger version. 

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    I think they came out quite well.
    Now onto Artrage 4, see how it behaves.

    Kim

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    very creative. great stuff.

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    Wow, your detail is amazing! Interested in the story of the bottom one?? Very clever

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    Nice stuff! Good concepts.
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    A really good series, must have taken ages to do the spokes in those wheels.
    Geoff

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    All are great , love that apple

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    I like each, and the diversity of style across them illustrating your range and interests. I do have a particular fondness for the Apple. Nice work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by copespeak View Post
    Wow, your detail is amazing! Interested in the story of the bottom one?? Very clever
    Hi there, I started using larger canvases 3000x2000 image size with Artrage, that way the detail seems to be more when looking at a thumbnail view, might take lnger to finish but if you have patience it could work out..if you want detail...
    I usually draw realistic type of objects/landscapes, but recently wanted to try more surreal / fantasy images, not sure how the "story" for this one started, it just did... come to think of it I think I watched a documentary about the pyramids and that must have stayed in the brain

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    Quote Originally Posted by limey-g View Post
    A really good series, must have taken ages to do the spokes in those wheels.
    Geoff
    The squiggly lines for the ground seemed to take forever, over a week every evening 2 hours!!!
    Interestingly, the 1st stanley steamer drawing .ptg file is close to 400MB in size.. for me that is huge. I tried recording the whole thing as a artrage script to try make a speed painting from it / youtube video afterwards but the Artrage script player crashes at around 67% during the playback stages, that was a bit disappointing. Wonder if I should raise this as a bug with the artrage support team?

    Thanks for the feedback

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