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  • Aladin
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    Thanks very much I am pleased you like it.

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  • Pierdelune
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    very nice indeed ! hope to make once

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  • Aladin
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    Thanks Joe, it does take a while I know that much.

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  • joe_7
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    Looks good, colorizing is not easy.

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  • Aladin
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    Reposted. I hope I have done it correctly this time.
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  • Aladin
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    ok this is my second attempt to upload. I can only think I have done this incorrectly as I have had to reduce the file to tiny size at 72dpi to get it below 100kb.

    Having now seen how my post looks when viewed it is way too small so I am somewhat thwarted. I am unable to upload any larger because of file size limit? Or am I misunderstanding something entirely? Sorry new here.
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    Last edited by Aladin; 06-08-2015, 08:46 AM. Reason: to add to text

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  • Aladin
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    I have gone all the way with this Ansel Adams and tried to colour it in something of an Ansel Adams style. Newbie never posted on here before so I hope I am doing it right?

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  • joe_7
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    Absolutely, thank you.

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  • Doug Nelson
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    Joe:

    With your permission I'd like to use your version as the titlecard for Tuesday's RP LIVE show?

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  • Doug Nelson
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    I spent more time than I'm comfortable admitting right-clicking on each example and loading it in a separate tab, then tabbing back and forth through them. That's when I noticed it. I wish I'd thought of cropping it.

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  • joe_7
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    I hesitated to crop it but liked the proportions a little better.

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  • Doug Nelson
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    I just now noticed your last one is pretty seriously cropped. That never even entered my mind, because ANSEL, but good call I think.

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  • joe_7
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    Thanks, I did most of the painting on the light beams and mountain tops (in an effort to make the light appear to hit the mountains instead of going behind). An interesting project, thank you.

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  • Doug Nelson
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    Good job on the sunbeams, I was trying to bring them out.

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  • joe_7
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    So there are (some) clouds, never knew that.

    Started over, ended up doing a lot of masking and painting this time around.
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