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  1. #41
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    Dear Bumble:
    Excellent tutorial...
    I´ve read some trips that I didn´t know!!!
    Thanks...
    Regards from Chile
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    Well I found your tutorial fascinating so I had to give it a go. I found if I did the curly e movement horizontally I didn't like it as much as diagonally. I also noticed when I rescaled my painting to a larger size, it was more cloud like.

    Your method reminds me of the scumbling I used to do when I painted on canvas with Gensis oils.

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    I really appreciate what you showed. This forum is awesome!

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    Thank you for this tutorial.
    I had to try it for my first attempt in Artrage, I wanted to insert an image but I dont know how (help)

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    Thx Bumble

    Beautiful tutorial! Nice results, it was very useful!

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    thanks a ton - I've been trying to figure out how to get that effect, turns out I was completely off (I was using the knife, which does provide some really cool effects, just not that one)

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    Thanks I'm glad you found it useful
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    Thank you Bumble for this tutorial. I usually use the knife tool but indeed it doesn't give exactly the same effect. I don't know if it was coded on purpose or if it's a feature trick. The thing weird that happened with me is sometimes it doesn't blend anymore or barelly, don't know if it's a bug or something else because the kniffe didn't blend anymore... maybe something regarding the amount of blend on an area?

    Here my try:
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    Great work, Orbital chiller
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    here is my feeble attempts at sky /clouds using the techniques that you demonstrated in the thread Bumble

    its also my first outing with my tablet and i'm new to all thing art (rage)

    thanks for the great tutorial
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    Last edited by StephenFoster; 09-02-2009 at 02:33 AM. Reason: Added a new sky
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    OrbitalChiller: Yes - eventually you will run out of oil. It kind of "dries" up. A workaround is to add a little more wet paint in the same colour and blend away using the B-method.

    The method varies with different paper structures. On coarse paper it will dry up quicker, as the paint thends to hang in the paper. Digitally off-coarse...

    Happy, DoodLS

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