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    Landscape test of foliage using brush designer

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    Cool, Enchanter. How do you like the tool? Was it easy to work with?
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    I looked at some tutorials on youtube. Some very good painters/artists using Artrage.

    I trialed and errored my way through.

    I made these brushes which I am more happier with!!

    I redone the scene.

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    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    Cool, Enchanter. How do you like the tool? Was it easy to work with?
    Enchanter
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    Much better this second go, Enchanter. I think the variety between trees (and the leaves upon each) serves you. Finding a new tool is almost like suddenly discovering that one's car has cruise control on a long stretch of road. It's a wonderful thing to play with.

    At this rate, if you build a catalog of variations in that tool, you'll be able to do all kinds of great landscapes in short order. Rendering each leaf in a scene like this would take forever.

    Delighted to see you pursuing and refining a creative idea.
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    Thanks Dakey.
    Yep, refining a set of tools for foliage.
    Been using acrylics and handpainting each leaf or bunch of leaves is an arduous task.

    I also realised to use the custom brushes as and when needed and not just stampede all over the painting.


    Quote Originally Posted by D Akey View Post
    Much better this second go, Enchanter. I think the variety between trees (and the leaves upon each) serves you. Finding a new tool is almost like suddenly discovering that one's car has cruise control on a long stretch of road. It's a wonderful thing to play with.

    At this rate, if you build a catalog of variations in that tool, you'll be able to do all kinds of great landscapes in short order. Rendering each leaf in a scene like this would take forever.

    Delighted to see you pursuing and refining a creative idea.
    Enchanter
    Draw what you see!....not what you think you see!!
    My artist friend

    We Must each think of ourselves as an endless work in progress ....Harley Brown

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