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Old 11-01-2006, 06:35 AM
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Re: wood carving

Hi John,

Nice to see you back...did you enjoy your holiday???

Great wood carving photos...did you get a chance to see how it was done???

Palms...two nice ones from you ...the second i like best...nice details...

Pavel....Spooky owl is fun....definitely a Halloween pic!!!!

I have done two for you John...
The first one i played in Lucis Art,added curves and framed with an action in Photoshop!
The second one i used the AHB, curves,lighting effect and framed as the above!!!

Patricia....
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Old 11-01-2006, 06:49 PM
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Re: wood carving

Ahhhh!!!! some posts....
Pavel:---love the "spooky" rendition....nice
Palms:---like your "pop" owl.
Pat:--- thankyou, it's good to be back, and yes the break was great, but we didn't see the artists at work, however I did see the "tools" in the van. I don't know how they did it with just chain saws, even though the "blades" were a lot smaller than you generally think of.
I will eventually get around to doing one of these pics (I hope) I don't seem to have any spare time of late-----a big AAAAWWWWW for John
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Old 11-01-2006, 07:15 PM
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Here we go----just a quicky, I know it a little late but I like the "spooky" look.
John
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Old 11-01-2006, 10:37 PM
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Re: wood carving

Used the big flat oval cloner in Deep Paint, and Paint Daubs filter in Photoshop.
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Like that. Very nice. Pavel
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