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    Hi Betsy I liked your Pastel of the Hoss so while laying in bed reading the new's on the IPad

    thought of your hoss so had a quick try from memory but me and the hoss got confused on

    which way we were going in the end hoss said git off you haven't passed your driveing test

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    Quote Originally Posted by eighty+ View Post
    ... thought of your hoss so had a quick try from memory but me and the hoss got confused on which way we were going in the end hoss said git off you haven't passed your driveing test

    POZDRAWSKI
    that was a good one

    (not sure if Ill ever pass a driver test painting from memory . Yours is quite good)
    Last edited by kaiko; 08-27-2014 at 07:28 AM.
    kaiko

  3. #13
    I really like how the ground of your work "donkey Clarabelle" is done. It got my attention, it gives a 3 dimension to the whole work ! Nice!
    I also like your "Easter egger chicks". Nicely done
    kaiko

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    I really like how the ground of your work "donkey Clarabelle" is done. It got my attention, it gives a 3 dimension to the whole work ! Nice!
    I also like your "Easter egger chicks". Nicely done
    kaiko

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    How?

    All of these corrections can easily be made by selecting the area involved and move them to the correct location.
    Can you tell me how this can be done on the iPad app? As far as I know there is no function for that in iPad, and that is what she uses.

    I'm baffled by that suggestion.

    Thanks--Dalton.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaltonMoss View Post
    Can you tell me how this can be done on the iPad app? As far as I know there is no function for that in iPad, and that is what she uses.

    I'm baffled by that suggestion.

    Thanks--Dalton.
    I am only working on the desktop version so I don't know if this feature exists on the iPad app. I just assumed it did exists.

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