Comments

  • Tundra
    You made the brightness and the colors work really well.

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  • Yellow Cat
    Thanks Rob. I didn't consider the tangled string idea. I was doing some TB file organization and came across a string brush that I had modified and used a few years ago. I tried it out and this cat showed up. I just kept going. I kept it simple since those string brushes don't allow much accuracy - for me anyway.

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  • Mirrors Lake
    Very good. I like the mountain technique.

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  • Mystery Woman
    Rob, it reminded me of how she looked in the movie 'Streets of Fire.'

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  • Pinnacle
    Thanks Rob. I did another that I really wasn't happy with. This is more like what I felt. I might do another in this vein. I do want to try something else on top.

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  • The Watcher
    Thank you all. I do try to pose some sort of question in each picture. I don't know the answer to this one either.

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  • Better Business Bureau
    Evie, I hope you get a reasonable response. Users who have supported this platform - some of us for many years and many applications - deserve much better support than we have been seeing. It takes nearly no time and effort to send an email.

    bd
  • Hi everyone
    Well, Hi!. Welcome back.

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  • Pinnacle
    Don, Rita, thanks. This has been forming in my mind for months. I even did a similar pic a while back that was sorta practice. I wasn't sure what would be on top until the rest was done.

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  • Mystery Woman
    Rob, I'm glad you like this. It was pretty quick and simple. When I was done I thought it looked like the actress Diane Lane - who I think is quite attractive. Too bad I can't create a likeness intentionally. In all these years I have only done a couple of portraits that were worth the trouble. Just not my gift.

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  • Shroom
    Thanks Rob. I wasn't thinking that he was eating it when I drew it. Now I see that with the way I did those big ole teeth, it does look like he's taking a bite. I ate some that looked like this and I'm OK. I think Mother Nature will sustain him.

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  • A little Unsteady
    Thanks Rob. This is one of the quickest I've done. I was playing with one of the original TB oil brushes to get a feel for it. Trying to expand. The beard just showed up and I added the mustache, then the hair. So I needed a face so I grabbed some Rob-like skin colors, dropped down a layer and made the face behind all the hair. I thought crazy eyes were called for. Finished up with a combination of gradients. I guess about an hour. Most of this one I'm pretty happy with.

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  • moonshiner
    Pretty good Don. Looks like the real thing.

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  • Shroom
    Thank you Rita.

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  • Going Home
    Good job Don. I like the texture and depth on the mountains.

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  • A little Unsteady
    Don, Rita, thank you. Actually it's me commuting in Seattle traffic.

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  • problem after update to v23.6
    Here's another email address that might work: support.pixarra.com

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  • Upgrades for existing Users?
    Try this email to resolve license and key problems: support.pixarra.com

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  • problem after update to v23.6
    John, I'm not sure why Ken is doing a poor job of responding to these problems. If you don't have it, try this email .

    bd
  • Standing Sleeping Swan
    Another great shot. I wish I could sleep standing - it would be handy at work.

    bd