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  1. #21
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    thank you all

    thank you for your comments! i know that we are in a critique topic but does any one have a tip for the clouds on the previous one?

  2. #22
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    If it's bothersome to you, it's bothersome to me.

    I think you would do well to soften it. Right now it feels like the butterfly is hanging onto it. like an inverted ice flow.

    The placement and the fact that there are no other clouds in the sky make it feel like an object of equal importance with the butterfly.

    I would not stack them as you have done, Also with a butterfly, this level of detail and close-up makes me think of macro photography and focal lengths. For you to have a shot that looks like this with the insect, everything beyond would be really really blurry, even unrecognizable as more than a soft tone change.

    The mind likes to make associations with what it knows and it knows that context for enlarging small things.

    If this were a fantasy image and we were the size of the butterfly, then having the clouds also in focus would be okay.

    So perhaps a compromise might be to move the cloud and soften it a little.

    Hope this helps.



  3. #23
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    yes i noticed that to and i will make those things to........i also want to make a 16x9 version of it to put on my 42 inch tv..........my daugther just love it (she's 3yro) loll

    but i was talking about the clouds in this image.............i have no idea on how to do them
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  4. #24
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    new ones...

    tell me what you think about it! and if you have tips.....don't be shy!
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  5. #25
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    my father and cheech marin

    hi every one! ive been in a lack of inspiration those times so i painted 2 portraits and here they are for you everyone!
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  6. #26
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    my lovly wife

    i discovered the stencil tool and it helps a lot with edges!
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  7. #27
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    ford mustang

    all made with stencils..............its minimalist in the details but.......ill polish it later
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  8. #28
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    another self portrait...

    this time with the help of the stencils
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  9. #29
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    Hi Pierre-Luc

    You've got some great works in here. Funny enough I like Zippo the most. It has something special bout it.

    About Wacom: I bought my first one in a discount supermarket at around 40. Go for a A6 (if you don't have the cash for A5), but see if you can get a pen with 2-3 buttons (one for picking up colors, one for undo/eraser). Some of the pens have pen in one end and eraser in the other, like a regular pencil. Those are the best!

    Happy DoodLS

  10. #30
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    thanks

    ill buy a good one...........im waiting the begining of school.......then ill have some $$$$
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