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Post Thu Feb 18, 2016 12:42 am

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Wow, that's a big difference again. Puts her face way more into focus.
I am curious how your journey will go on.
My suitcases are packed :)
For this kind of exploring things, the photoshop crop function "delete cropped pixels" on-off check would come in handy.
Crazy enough, I just discovered this a few days ago :roll:
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Post Thu Feb 18, 2016 8:31 am

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Hehe thanks Knacki! :D
Yes, I paint her a bit more tender, I guess I felt like that. ;)
Lol, didn't knew for that new age option in PS. I learned that crop is irreversible, poor me! :shock:
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Post Thu Feb 18, 2016 9:11 am

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NIce, has a different feel...almost friendlier and prettier. HOWEVER, shake lose quickly and strongly, hehe, I know how one can get stuck on works with great gravity. Obviously that's a mighty milestone of yours on here, but you do so much more than this! Shake yourself free and proceed without looking back! :ugeek: c:!
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Post Thu Feb 18, 2016 10:53 am

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Thanks. :D
Yes, it's delightfull to work in Verve as one have chance to express himself in very refined manner. Verve gives you that freedom. :ob
More you work with Verve you neglect it's existence and percieve only canvas and brush storkes, while technical depth of Verve comes as second nature.
That's why I disabled blending (0%), because if it's enabled it slows my crap comp to the point I'm noticing that I'm in simulation. ;-)
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Post Thu Feb 18, 2016 1:31 pm

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Hahaha, yeah, the weird thing is, I literally had forgotten about "blending" and had to look through my code to remember what it did. It mixes in a percentage of Averaging into all strokes. That can be really great, if you really know what you want, but normally it just isn't necessary.
However, again, it can be fantastic, if you really know that you want it! :ugeek:
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Post Thu Feb 18, 2016 7:16 pm

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Congrats for the top row zen, it renders so well ! I like the style and color set very much. :ob
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Post Thu Feb 18, 2016 7:33 pm

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zen_ wrote:Thanks. :D
Yes, it's delightfull to work in Verve as one have chance to express himself in very refined manner. Verve gives you that freedom. :ob
More you work with Verve you neglect it's existence and percieve only canvas and brush storkes, while technical depth of Verve comes as second nature.
That's why I disabled blending (0%), because if it's enabled it slows my crap comp to the point I'm noticing that I'm in simulation. ;-)


Reminds me to put the cintiq on the easel time by time ;)
Works pretty well. To get an overview you can zoom out - or step back - which is a bit better in my point of view...sometimes.
Keyboard is below and together it works quite nice in giving you a even more real feeling.
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Post Thu Feb 18, 2016 8:44 pm

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@GBoGBo
Thank you! You are welcome! :D

@Knacki
Hehe that sounds like a good idea! You can paint still life more naturally. :D
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2016 9:13 pm

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Grats on top row Zen c:! :ob
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Post Fri Feb 19, 2016 11:40 pm

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Thank you Tartan! You're welcome! :D

This next creation is ''Me by Me!'' ...Lol!
It's weird to post self paintings, drawings, images or whatever...but heck. I guess I can allow this to myself as I never had face-book account! :shrug:

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I guess this is how I perceive myself lol. :lol:
Painted / drawn from photo-reference in Verve. Then CC in PS. Please don't comment lol! Let's pretend it never happened! ;)
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