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    Post Imposing

    A freehand painting using Artrage 4 for the first time.

    I've added the settings I used for the tree.

    Clearer Image: URL here http://i189.photobucket.com/albums/z...eyfreehand.png
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    'Eerie', Well done!
    I enjoyed visiting your gallery,
    Steve

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    Good to see you again Jules, even if it's for a drive by haunting. Hallowwweeeeeennnnnnn is nigh. . .

    I can see this is a cool pic, but remember that a number of us have Macs and the monitors tend to display darker than PC (I'm assuming you're on PC, especially knowing there has never been an issue of values with your work for me).

    West Yorkshire is it? Live at Leeds are ye? I can hear your accent now. Charming. So how close are you to Manchester? Cause there was a TV sit com over here for years called Frasier and he had a housekeeper from Manchester who his brother was nuts over. And while he and his brother had rather thick elitist educated Bostonian accents (I think), she sounded very genuine blue collar by contrast to their affected blue blood and it created a tone that was a hoot listening to how they could all sound so different and their personal agendas be from opposite ends of the planet. Was a very light-hearted dance. Accents are one of the things about humans I consistently enjoy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevemawmv View Post
    'Eerie', Well done!
    I enjoyed visiting your gallery,
    Steve
    Thanks Steve!! Much appreciated
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    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    Good to see you again Jules, even if it's for a drive by haunting. Hallowwweeeeeennnnnnn is nigh. . .

    I can see this is a cool pic, but remember that a number of us have Macs and the monitors tend to display darker than PC (I'm assuming you're on PC, especially knowing there has never been an issue of values with your work for me).

    West Yorkshire is it? Live at Leeds are ye? I can hear your accent now. Charming. So how close are you to Manchester? Cause there was a TV sit com over here for years called Frasier and he had a housekeeper from Manchester who his brother was nuts over. And while he and his brother had rather thick elitist educated Bostonian accents (I think), she sounded very genuine blue collar by contrast to their affected blue blood and it created a tone that was a hoot listening to how they could all sound so different and their personal agendas be from opposite ends of the planet. Was a very light-hearted dance. Accents are one of the things about humans I consistently enjoy.
    D Akey!! Aye up, haha! It's me again, Yorkshire Lass, bye ek (I don't really sound like this although I do have a decent accent) lol.
    Drive by hauntings, I like that idea haha.. ah I didn't know that about the monitors, yeh I generally use a PC for my work. It is a really dark image, usually I work pretty bright.
    West Yorks yeh Waky (near Wakefield) Google it I've heard of Frasier but never watched it. Where you from again?
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    East Yorkshire here Jules lol. Its good to see you again and love the mood of this painting, well done
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Hey, been lurking here for some time, being an amateur, but this is the first time i post.
    I'm more interested in how you got that dark blue "nebulous" feel to the sky, Jules. Maybe its very simple but i was trying recently and couldn't get the same glow as you did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coops View Post
    East Yorkshire here Jules lol. Its good to see you again and love the mood of this painting, well done
    Hi Coops, ah great! Another Yorkshire lass lol. Thanks, its nice to be remembered on the forum. Glad you like. Have a great day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spinning View Post
    Hey, been lurking here for some time, being an amateur, but this is the first time i post.
    I'm more interested in how you got that dark blue "nebulous" feel to the sky, Jules. Maybe its very simple but i was trying recently and couldn't get the same glow as you did.
    Welcome and well...thanks for posting. Yes, I created a layer, using the paint tool painted some strokes, dark on the edges and working lighter inwards. Then I used the hard wet blender.
    Originally I put the moon behind the tree but didnt like the composition so blended that in so, it looks like there is luminance from the moon to the left. Makes the sky look more moody. So
    was a mistake that worked.
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    Great effect,nice work Jules.

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