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    Talking Flower Butterfly-- it took about a month to color, six hours a day!

    Hi,

    This was a challenging coloring. Just the way I like it! I hope you all like it too!

    Sue

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    Sue Morin

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    Very nice, Sue. Looks like you had fun doing that. You should do an appliqué version of it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perendale View Post
    Very nice, Sue. Looks like you had fun doing that. You should do an appliqué version of it!

    Brett
    Thanks for the complement, Brett, and it was fun! However by hands are too old for anymore sewing, so I color and maybe a little drawing. We'll see.

    Sue
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    Just few minutes

    Hi Terry,
    you did a considerable work, decorative and beautiful.

    I would like to tell you about Filter Forge that you can use with Art Rage if you like it.
    You can try the demo, free for 30days.
    I did use Atmosphere Paradise by Carl as filter, you may like it.

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    You do have a style and is good.
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    I know what you mean about old hands! I get the trembles and the wobbles too. Thank heavens for the soothing function is some tools

    Brett
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dany51 View Post
    Hi Terry,
    you did a considerable work, decorative and beautiful.

    I would like to tell you about Filter Forge that you can use with Art Rage if you like it.
    You can try the demo, free for 30days.
    I did use Atmosphere Paradise by Carl as filter, you may like it.

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    You do have a style and is good.
    Thank you Dany for all your encouragement and work. I'll look into Filter Forge.

    Sue
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    You are welcome, on the road we loose skills but we get another one, we are doing fine like that.

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    Ah, good to see another colourful painting from you again Sue! You have been busy!
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    Another lovely one Sue. I don't know how you have the patience but the result is certainly worth the time you put into your pictures.
    June.

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