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Thread: More pictures I've done using ArtRage.

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    More pictures I've done using ArtRage.

    I'm still learning and haven't really used the layers much yet.
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    Cool! I like them. So vibrant and inviting. I like the movement of the strokes.

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    Very charming

    The vibrant colors really make the paintings stand out.

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    Welcome Sally,
    These are great landscapes....were you painting traditionally before artrage?
    Like the colors and the randomness of the brush strokes, just like in nature....
    All nicely done,
    Steve

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    Pleasing stylization. Unexpectedly complex for a designed, slightly graphic look. There's a really nice quality about these. Color is also very nice.
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    very fine pieces. I sense very precise strokes in the first two depictions
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    Lovely paintings and very good color palette
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    Hi Steve, Thanks for your comments. Yes I have painted conventionally bafore this but not a lot recently because of lack of time.

    Regards
    Sally

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    Very nice Sally and welcome, love to see more

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    They're all exquisite! Welcome!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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