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Old 08-11-2006, 12:47 AM
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well, i decided not to do the punk cut

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Old 08-11-2006, 03:20 AM
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Aw shucks you guys you are making me blush I think animals are my favorite thing to smudge it is what drew me to it first of all

Swampy you done great thanks for posting this want to have a go at something different on Tude later. Hope your arm is aching after doing your post

On smudging there is a tip at nikon cafe that i have found very helpful (think it is ps only ) before you smudge open a new layer and tick the box at the top use all layers and smudge on this you can turn the background on and of and see where you have "missed" etc

Also i have found some more brushes that are lookin interesting

http://www.3dmenagerie.com/goodies/bag/brushes.htm

especialy the furry ones ( and yes it says they are for psp as well ! )

Craig that looks lovely and warm

do i get any sympathy for a blister on my hand from all the smudging ?

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ps Steve if you read this are you going to do the wool look thing ? just wondering what it would look like on a animal
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Old 08-11-2006, 08:04 AM
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Thanks for the brushes link, Palms. They look very helpful

I like it Craig. You've made her look very docile! Nice minimalist technique.
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Old 08-11-2006, 09:50 AM
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Hey Swampy...are you sure you looked closely at this dog before you took him/her home?

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Old 08-11-2006, 09:52 AM
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Now here's a much nicer animal you might consider.

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Old 08-11-2006, 10:08 AM
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Craig....Really like it and the frame sets it off well...

Palms ...thanks for the brush link...its good they can be used in PSP and Photoshop....

Steve....how clever of you to get that evil look...have i seen the teeth somewhere else????? Your secon version is great....real painterly....

Swampy...seems as though you have your hands full with Tude....lots of fun and games...

Patricia....
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Old 08-11-2006, 10:25 AM
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Steve, ROFL!!! You know my dog very well. I've grabed the "Tude" version to email my SO. He'll crack up! He's the one that brought her home as a puppy and thought she'd make a great 64th birthday present. Your smudged version is lovely. I like the broad strokes.
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Old 08-11-2006, 10:53 AM
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Hi Swampy, my wife was looking over my shoulder when I did the "Tude" version and she wanted to know how I could do that to such a sweet looking dog.

Had to show her the second one to make up for it.

Oops! Didn't know this was a birthday present from your SO. I may be in big trouble here.

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Steve, ROFL!!! You know my dog very well. I've grabed the "Tude" version to email my SO. He'll crack up! He's the one that brought her home as a puppy and thought she'd make a great 64th birthday present. Your smudged version is lovely. I like the broad strokes.
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Old 08-11-2006, 10:58 AM
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Thanks Patricia. I just used the paint brush to paint in the teeth.

Found out I did that to a biirthday present. Wow am I in trouble!

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Steve....how clever of you to get that evil look...have i seen the teeth somewhere else????? Your secon version is great....real painterly....

Swampy...seems as though you have your hands full with Tude....lots of fun and games...

Patricia....
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Old 08-11-2006, 12:00 PM
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No problem, Steve. She does become "devil dog" when she takes a notion. I always thought yellow labs were mellow and laid back. I'm hoping it's just her age (18 months) and that she will soon become a "slug" as she grows older. LOL

I emailed my SO your devil dog version and he jumped on instant messanging and said he had tears in his eyes from laughing so hard!
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