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another howler TB Hybrid the pics show it's development in TB painting over the 3D render made in PD Howler so the last pic is the end result 
After picture 4 the page was increased in size by adding a border and the layers were stretched.
Point of interest adding a border is very useful if you are going to place different elements clips /paste tool etc near the edge as it preserves the whole image ( if the border is large enough that is) means you can change things at a later date without hassle
mountain scene 1.jpg   mountain scene 2.jpg  mountain scene 3.jpg  mountain scene 4.jpg  mountain scene 5.jpg  mountain scene 6.jpg  mountain scene 7.jpg  mountain scene 9.jpg  mountain scene 10.jpg  mountain scene 12.jpg

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Nice work Dave. Thanks for the lesson. Last week I was in a place that looks a lot like this.

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That is a remarkable transformation Dave snd so pretty in the last few posts. I must admit that I wondered when I was looking at the 1st one [biggrin] but it turned out great!  I have to hand it to you where your scenes are concerned.  [smile] Rob
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Looking good Dave rendering is fun, keep up the good work
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Brilliant step by step work Dave.  Love you scene. Reminds me of some of our country we went through a few years ago. Thanks for the lesson.
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I have a very difficult time painting mountains. Did you paint these or are they rendered from a photo? Either way, beautiful work!
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Thanks everyone 
no VM the mountains are  not painted they are  a 3D Render made in PD Howler you would need to check Howler out to fully understand if you do not know what a 3D render involves
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Oh how lovely. Thank you so much for the lesson.
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Oh how lovely. Thank you so much for the lesson.
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Oh how lovely. Thank you so much for the lesson.
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Oh how lovely. Thank you so much for the lesson. I love the mountains.
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Oh how lovely. Thank you so much for the lesson. I love the mountains.
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Beautiful. I love the mountains. Thanks for the lesson. Lovely work.
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Beautiful. I love the mountains. Thanks for the lesson. Lovely work.
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