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spuddy

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used a jitter landscape brush for the tree lines lake.jpg  landscape brush.jpg 
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The jitter brush looks interesting Dave. It helped you make a very nice scene. I love the pile of rocks/wood with grass growing around it.  I came to realise years back, that the brush doesn't work by itself.  lol  the hand that steers it is just as important to have success with it, so, well done!  [smile] Robyn
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You have worked wonders with the jitter brush Dave,  amazing what one can do with the various brushes.  Your scene is idlyllic and I love it.
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Beautiful!
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Beautiful Dave. I have always admired your artwork.

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Cool what you did
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This is awesome Dave, is that a brush in TB? I don't recall seeing it yet. There are so many different brushes that I have yet to discover.

Really nice scene!
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Great work, Dave.
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Thanks everybody
yes and  no suzette it's one I came across in an old artset I made ages ago it's nothing special I'll prob post it sometime
I have thousands of brushes I've made in random order in artsets because I never ever set out to make specific types of brushes . I just make things I need as i go along so they all get saved in an artset until it's full .Then on to the next set. I suppose I should sort them into categories and share them. it just takes so long to do that's the trouble
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Well of those you have shared so far, I just want to take this time to thank you. I've enjoyed using a few of them [smile]
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