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    The Dance

    A quick test of AR4.5 liquefy tool.
    Interesting, how it is set up so you do not actually see
    the effect on the painting till after!

    This was a screen capture of Quick Look of the .ptg file
    to see if I liked it better rotated. I did, and duplicated it
    and flipped that one. Melded them in AR as a new painting.

    But the original AR painting is still unfinished.
    I did this last Sunday and now I see I still used 2014 with my signature.
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    I like very much this absolute marvel, dear Hinket! I'm glad you're back and what an artistic sensitivity and mastery You show here.
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    Love it! Very cool image!
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Interesting, AR4.5 has a Liquefy tool you say. Where might that be?
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    Oh, Hey Markw, I think of everything in AR as tools to be learned, so my wording is off, I guess.
    I figured you, of all people, had spotted it/them immediately. A quick screenshot, downsized, okay? so I won't use the wrong words again. Sorry about that and thanks.
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    Thank you, Caesar. but when I read the word "mastery",
    I laughed and turned into Miss Piggy, and said"Mastery? Moi? I think not!"
    Still a learner.

    Hey D. Akey,
    Thank you. I am always influenced by the books I read, whether I am aware of it or not,
    and lately (for the past two months) I've been reading the Bhagavad Gita (translated).

    Therefore, Namaste, to both of you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hinket View Post
    Oh, Hey Markw, I think of everything in AR as tools to be learned, so my wording is off, I guess.
    I figured you, of all people, had spotted it/them immediately. A quick screenshot, downsized, okay? so I won't use the wrong words again. Sorry about that and thanks.
    Ah I see!
    Yes, that's a Photoshop filter AR is accessing. I also see in your screenshot that you are given the same fictitious file path to the Liquify filter as I get. Wonder why it shows that path?
    Prior to the release of AR4.5.0 I could never get Filters to work on my Mac and even now it's only some, mostly from Flaming Pear, and I have to have AR running in 32bit mode. But only a handful, like Liquify, that come with Photoshop will actually work.
    So with AR4.5 I have around 40 workable filters now, which is better than none!
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    Hey Alexandra,
    Thank you, appreciate your comment.

    @ D Akey.
    "And perhaps that's where the imagery came from. "

    The above line went missing when I was suddenly signed out
    from the forum, when I pressed preview the other day.

    The namaste line came after that.
    When I reread that comment of mine just now, I wondered why had I said that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hinket View Post

    @ D Akey.
    "And perhaps that's where the imagery came from. "

    The above line went missing when I was suddenly signed out
    from the forum, when I pressed preview the other day.

    The namaste line came after that.
    When I reread that comment of mine just now, I wondered why had I said that!
    Haha. From whence? 'Namaste' suits me just fine. Sort of sums up my personal philosophy. So while you were moving around the jigsaw puzzle pieces, you considered commenting to me and perhaps sensed a fit of sorts.

    And of course reading about such expansive things calls for finding echoes or resonance in the world to check it out as it were. This also seems a natural expression for an artist to try to create imagery to help bring conscious ideas as a handle to grasp that which is vast and beyond being nailed down. Besides that, it's fresh and fertile ground for picture making -- something with an impetus to become visible. Dynamics of life.

    Thanks for the compliment. I definitely take it as such and used to talk about it way more than lately owing to the people who are posting being into such things or not -- a language thing.
    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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