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Thread: Sculpting with Art Rage

  1. #1
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    Sculpting with Art Rage

    I have been experimenting a lot with Art Rage to get a sculptured, 3D look. It has been a lot of fun. I thought this one came out particularly well. Blending to get a metallic look is satisfying too.


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    Beautiful. Reminds me of a silver necklace I used to have when I was little.
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    Very very clever! Who would have thought you could get an effect like that?

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    wow, what a stunning effect, I thought I was looking at a silver tray then I realized it was a painting... amazing Bobbi...

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    Really spectacular! Excellent!
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    Smile

    Whoa! More please!

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    hi Bobbi, love to see your work again. You always come with lots of Artrage tool experiments and come out with very creative art just like this one. Awesome 3D look sculpture and horse is one of my favorite animal tool. Imgaine this is made as real sculpture and place in a museum.

  8. #8
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    Like a silver service.
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    Very interesting

    It really does look both sculptured and shiny silver. Nice job.

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