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Thread: Looking In (from outside)

  1. #1
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    Looking In (from outside)

    Using AR features to create a new image from existing ones. I previously painted "Alcase" window & "I'll Leave The Light On". I took the frame, modified it, placed it on a layer. I placed the second on another layer & reduced the percentage of opacity to create the effect of window glass.

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    The ultimate recyling software

    Great idea. I love the concept of recycling artwork. I think the outcome was awesome. Well done.Stuart

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    Very effective. It looks great!

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    Classy as always mate. I'm always reusing elements, love the earlier window one too.

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    I like that "day & night" reflecting the "in & out" feel. Very great idea and nice paintings. Love both

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    Very interesting

    Of course well done but also so intriguing to see the combination.

  7. #7
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    Nicely done, you really have created a really good impression of looking in through glass.
    Geoff

  8. #8
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    Excellent effects, real glass feel. Hard to achieve....bravo. The opacity setting is a great tool. TJ

  9. #9
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    You are a great artista and i like very much your perspectiv of the shapes . wonderful work
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  10. #10
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    Very interesting, using two AR paintings to create a new image.... Excellent idea and carried out with skill....

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