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    Can you "Food" with Artrage?

    I love food and i love Artrage!
    Igetting parts of it look translucent Was diffucult.
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    Here i had a hard time to somhow render the structure of the surface.
    At some point i had to call it a day
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    Tasty!

    Noteworthy. That beef is not so easy to make look natural. You did a really nice job on it with the raw marbling. Tomato too.

    Going strong!

    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Thanks

    Thank you it is such a joy. I wish the Artrage files would have been cross platform. It would have been much easier to tackle the learning curve.

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    Delated by author

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    Sweet Watermelon

    It took sometime but i am happy with th result. Any suggestions and calling out my mistakes are welcome and highly appreciated.
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    This is all excellent work you’re treating us to here artragist
    I especially like the steak, very convincing textures and lighting

    Now, why do I suddenly feel hungry now...
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    I can't leave a friend hungry. I offer you my very last Cherry 🍒 Bon Appétit

    This is a work I did a couple of weeks ago.
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    I like how you're running with geometric primitive shapes. Lends a very cool Pop Art quality (for lack of a better term). And still you're maintaining a deliciousness to the food. Neat.

    "Not a bit is wasted and the best is yet to come. . ." -- remembered from a dream

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    Thanks for your the encouragement

    Thanks for the encouragement.
    I think in still-life, elementry forms are central where experimenting and tackling with texture can also be quit a bit of fun. It probably is the most controlled envoirment to understand and to play with light and shadows and thier iteraction with tones.
    I hope it is not a wrong strategy for a beginner like myself.

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    Forbiden

    I love red and black as color combination, to give it variation added some dark gray-green.Click image for larger version. 

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