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Old 05-07-2008, 06:52 PM
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Ragdoll..

This ones for Palms

Heres a photo of my Ragdoll (Harley)

feel free
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Old 05-07-2008, 07:40 PM
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Ragdoll's do have hair of...

...yarn. lol

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Old 05-07-2008, 10:09 PM
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Re: Ragdoll..

I tried a dirty smudge with some texture.

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Old 05-08-2008, 01:20 AM
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Re: Ragdoll..

Base 7ART-Abstract Rough Edges JimC action.

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Old 05-08-2008, 06:13 AM
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Re: Ragdoll..

That is one beautiful cat although glad i dont have to brush him ( my cat runs a mile when she sees a brush)

hmmm i take it Peter isnt up yet. no catty talk

Ikroll i take it you are still on your sewing/knitting binge ?

how about a chalk/pastel binge i cant find any tutorials or techniques on that (you know like the pavement artists )

Joe really like that "dirty" smudge

Nice one Vitali i like the way it has brought the eyes out

and here is mine

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Old 05-08-2008, 08:37 AM
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Really nice smudge Palms. Yes, I'm on a continuous binge. lol

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Old 05-08-2008, 10:22 AM
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Re: Ragdoll..

Aaaaaaaaaggggghhhhhh
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Old 05-08-2008, 11:50 AM
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Re: Ragdoll..

What a GORGEOUS cat!!!

Couldn't resist adding my attempt.

MEOW (as opposed to WOOF)

Janet

P.S. I suppose I should add a bit of information. I began by making basic corrections such as contrast and hue/saturation before I began painting with the AHB. When the AHB didn't work too well, I smudged a bit and put the original (also partly smudged) copy on top, then lowered the opacity to about 40 percent. Merged visible and sharpened the whole thing. Then I added two texture layers, one with a heavy pattern and another with sandstone. Done.
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Old 05-08-2008, 12:39 PM
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Re: Ragdoll..

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What a GORGEOUS cat!!!

Couldn't resist adding my attempt.

MEOW (as opposed to WOOF)

Janet

P.S. I suppose I should add a bit of information. I began by making basic corrections such as contrast and hue/saturation before I began painting with the AHB. When the AHB didn't work too well, I smudged a bit and put the original (also partly smudged) copy on top, then lowered the opacity to about 40 percent. Merged visible and sharpened the whole thing. Then I added two texture layers, one with a heavy pattern and another with sandstone. Done.
That works really well Janet

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Old 05-08-2008, 04:47 PM
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Re: Ragdoll..

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...yarn. lol

LOL lkroll i like the effect

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I tried a dirty smudge with some texture.

Joe
Joe, I love this good job on the dirty smudge

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Base 7ART-Abstract Rough Edges JimC action.
very nice vitali, i like that!

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That is one beautiful cat although glad i dont have to brush him ( my cat runs a mile when she sees a brush)

hmmm i take it Peter isnt up yet. no catty talk

Ikroll i take it you are still on your sewing/knitting binge ?

how about a chalk/pastel binge i cant find any tutorials or techniques on that (you know like the pavement artists )

Joe really like that "dirty" smudge

Nice one Vitali i like the way it has brought the eyes out

and here is mine

Palms
Thanks Palms, he actually doesnt take much grooming, though he thinks he does! he would lay there for hours and let yu rush him, he loves it!!

Beautiful job I love this !! love the eyes

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Aaaaaaaaaggggghhhhhh
LOL peter you know you wanna try too

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Originally Posted by Janet Petty View Post
What a GORGEOUS cat!!!

Couldn't resist adding my attempt.

MEOW (as opposed to WOOF)

Janet

P.S. I suppose I should add a bit of information. I began by making basic corrections such as contrast and hue/saturation before I began painting with the AHB. When the AHB didn't work too well, I smudged a bit and put the original (also partly smudged) copy on top, then lowered the opacity to about 40 percent. Merged visible and sharpened the whole thing. Then I added two texture layers, one with a heavy pattern and another with sandstone. Done.
Thanks Janet, he thinks he's pretty gorgeous too lol.
I really love what you did good job!
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