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    I used a fur brush at a relatively low size which is an oily brush. I have made my own two brushes from a palette knife but it's not a palette knife but a blender brush and I use these. They are like tiny blender. No pushing or shoving from a photograph. As I said I used reference photo.

    I have been a digital painter for many years if you wish to view my other works look at my website or deviant art. ❇

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    I'm quite excited. My daughter's friend saw the painting and wants to buy it. I have sold paintings in the past, but when someone likes my work that they want to buy it, it's still exciting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by koalablue View Post
    I'm quite excited. My daughter's friend saw the painting and wants to buy it. I have sole paintings in the past, but when someone likes my work that they want to buy it, it's still exciting.
    Nothing says approval like cash. Congratulations! Should give you a bit of a nice push. Go Go Go!!!!!!!!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Welcome and congrats for Your quite aggressive entry LOL ... Nice tiger I mean.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Thank you.

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    nope sorry maureen i am not convinced ....but who am i ...
    it doesnt matter to me if you smudge or paint crayon sketch or use your finger ...its all getting it down on paper and out of your head for me ..
    but no i still believe this is not the whole story ..but... so what
    on occasion you have questioned my art ..i didnt take it as rude or out of malice .i took the other side of the coin and thought i must be doing something RIGHT to be so questioned i never thought it was an accusation perhaps i got that wrong .
    as far as your tiger goes good luck to you in all you paint smudge copy trace crayon or or erm or ...wait ....ink yea ink .

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    I didn't know I was trying to convince you or anyone!

    I haven't questioned your paintings in PIRC, but others have.

    You love smudging and we've seen a lot of your work done like that. Who really cares how you did it. Art comes in various forms. However, some people need to be consistent with their line of thinking on subjects.

    I've always enjoyed seeing your work in PIRC and always commented favourably.

    Don't worry, I don't care if anyone is convinced or not, I know how I painted the tiger and that's all that matters.

    Have a good day!

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