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Old 08-31-2002, 09:33 PM
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Best ever!

Greg, this is one of your best works ever! I just love it, especially the way it disappears on the right. My favorite versions are the gray one and the last one.

Sure wish I could use Painter like you do...sigh.

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Old 08-31-2002, 10:35 PM
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Phyllis, who's stopping you. Go get a sketch somewhere on the net, copy it in your own style. Load it into painter.
Reduce the opacity to 40-60%. Put another layer on top of that one, and start, or you can paint directly on the sketch. Just make sure you always save a clean copy to keep. I only understand a small part of Painter, just the part that paints on layers, and a couple of other things.
You can do it. I want to see you try.
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Old 09-01-2002, 08:46 AM
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Painter sometimes treats the layer of a psd with distain, and no tellin what will come out. I did find out, that to keep your painter paint looking the same as you made it, save in a jpg, this is for using, or posting or printing.
Anyway, this last image got modified in a way I don't know that I could repeat. It had to do with having a mulilayer psd file, and then turning some of the layers off, and then dropping or colapsing, or flatening into a jpg. I tweaked a few things in PSP like adding the textured paper, added some color here and there, and now it looks almost like a Pastel Chalk.
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