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Thread: After Webinar Practice painting

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    After Webinar Practice painting

    Hi all,

    After the fantastic webinar we had last night I tried to do a landscape painting. This is the result. I learned so much and it was such fun too. AR 4 has surprised me a lot what can be done with it. Wow. This is all done with the normal tools in AR. It can be better but this was the first try using what I learned using the tools somewhat differently.

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    Isn't that great Robert? Well done!

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    I wasn't able to watch it live because it would have been 2am uk time, but I did watch yesterday afternoon on my Ipad.
    It was a brilliant tutorial on how to use all the tools, when I give it a try later today if this flippin flu bug would go away. Then I will have the webinar open and running on my other monitor so I can try the tools out at the same time as being shown.
    Christine.(Paint what you see, not what you know to be there)

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    Thats so good Bobbray, well done and looking forward to seeing many more
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    Thanks Copespeak and Coops as always.

    I was most focused on the sky. The land is another thing to seriously practice on now. I am learning so much since the Webinar. wow it is good to learn all the little things Ar 4 can do even if you do not think you need it. We do. lol

    I had no idea that all .psd photoshop images can be directly imported into AR 4. The interaction with photoshop is awesome, if one needs that. ArtRage 4 can do so much like it it is amazing.

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    My contribution trying layers water colour and using blur tools.
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    Christine.(Paint what you see, not what you know to be there)

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    Nice Christine

    Looks like you are on it too....lol So much to practice now using the full capability of the tools alone. I really like the ability to create clouds using the knife tool.

    All of the tools are really useful for so much more than normal use if one learns how and what they can do for a photo is amazing, we really do not need photoshop anymore. lol wow. I was amazed to learn that all photoshop plugins can also be imported and used although some won't work correctly because they need to be installed correctly and we can import and load any PSD image into Ar 4, wo. I did not know that.

    Off to paint land......enjoy

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    You guys are going to town! Looking good!
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