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Thread: warpism

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    warpism

    fooling around with the warp tool
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    Wonderful effect i like this Rondo
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    thank you sabena.My 1st intention was to make marbles but that did not work as the warp tool don't "respect" stencils (or i doing something wrong).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rondo View Post
    thank you sabena.My 1st intention was to make marbles but that did not work as the warp tool don't "respect" stencils (or i doing something wrong).
    Very nice! You are not doing anything wrong. I found that If I cover a whole layer with color and then warp it I can then cutout a shape. I created a 3D shape with the metallic glitter that I smoothed with the palette knife set on blur on a layer below the warped layer. I used metallic paint on the warped layer too.

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    whaww thats quit a marblegreat stuff Aunt Betsy..

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    WOW! Warpismagics indeed!
    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    I had an album cover waaaaay back when during the psychedelic days and I can't remember which band it was. But this is very much like this. I'm certain the record industry could have used this image for one of their artists' albums at the time.

    I really like this one.
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