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Post Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:54 pm

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This looks like a very good time c:!
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Post Thu Apr 19, 2018 2:23 am

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Man, that's beautiful, Lemi! Love how silky it feels. Very elegant, very pure! :ob
I'm very happy you did get the chance to enjoy a bit of verving! :hyper:
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Post Thu Apr 19, 2018 7:28 pm

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:) Thank you guys, both of you! :beer:
Yes, its time to enjoy verving more, with no doubt! It was a great time and I felt ashamed how much I forgot (starting the abstract from scratch)..
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Post Mon Apr 23, 2018 3:12 am

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Hi Lemivision
I've just watched all your paintings from 2014 to date,
congrats man, there really are a group of gems in this thread...

those abstracts kinda dots n kristals are stunning,
rockmoon picture is indeed a space opera, one of my favorites
that dawn sepia landscape is great,
those caves are certainly a concept of its own kind.
indeed they resemble the mines of Moria in a side-scrolling game
that nightmare painting with that backlighting effect shocking the eyes.
that jungle bird is funny
those butterflies like abstracts are so liquid
'Dreamy Sea', is peacefull n kinda subreal at same time, one of my favorites
those watery line glowing abstracts, look like you can immerse in them, impressive
'Before the storm' again one of my favorites
'Blowing in the wind' looks like that leaf is been soaked, that picture has a strong motion n fluid effect,
congrats again man, I really like those landscapes you made, are really artistic n the fact that you made them with MOUSE. Hope to see more.

PD: Hope Taron could see this, Taron in this thread you talked about...
1. "Color Push" parameter in Verve v0.99u.25:
2. [y] to toggle finer fluid motion interpolation
...what are they? are they still available in Verve newer version?
congrats again Lemi, n thx advanced Taron.
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Post Mon Apr 23, 2018 10:41 am

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Yes, still active. Best way to test or see it is with brush #6 and smudging. Especially when you fill your canvas first and then paint on that! ;)
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Post Wed Apr 25, 2018 2:10 pm

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Very nice gallery with a whole lot of variety in it. Also it is always nice when someone shares the sources where he learns from.
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Post Fri May 04, 2018 2:57 pm

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great work Lemi. Wonderful abstracts :)
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Post Thu Jun 07, 2018 2:04 pm

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Uf, very sorry guys that I left your comments without my thanks. :oops: I totally forgot to check my thread!

Thank YOU for your thank you! :beer:

eduardobedoya:
You are very dare man! Thank you that you spent time with my thread and thank you for your kind words and comments! 8-)
Man, after buying Wacom I found interesting think, that abstracts are easier to create with a mouse for me. Of course it depends which type of abstracts. if there is need to create some more accurate results, tablet is a better choice with no doubt..
Ah landscapes, I have to still learn "real" painting, I am a beginner.

THANK YOU!
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