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  1. Thank you all for your kind words. Barbieq it is a photo! Lost my glasses in the yard and found them while raking leaves a year later. Loved the blue that Laplacian pyramid filter brought out. My oldies, like a lot of good noobs, I was drawn to Polar Inversion and Polar Transformation, anything that would stretch and distort without to much regard to color. Layerd was my first layered. Helen, thank you. I do silly more than cute, I think. I do like to draw little pictures. Love your take on Kinkaid. My header was made with Red Ochre's Seascape tutorial, the 'monster' from another pic posted as a demo in his Furblur plugin post. Drewdale,thank you...It means a lot. Do try some tutorials. Red Ochre, thank you. Wildworld was finish back in '11. I Clipwarped the top layer when your plugin came out. I liked. Seerose, thank you for the complement. Welshblue, I think Dug's images tell more of a story while mine which don't have any imagery just evoke a feeling. Well, the two at the top are supposed to. Dug-forgive me for commenting on your work while you're not here. Pixey, thank you. The one with the flying pig was my entry to Possum Roadkill's contest Robotic Barnyard that fell through. My first real try at drawing critters. Loved your chicken. Beta0, thank you. I applied Welshblue's tutorial Get the Digitally Painted Look to Pecan and Metalized coneflower. While the color pink turned out nice it doesn’t seem to improve green, and Pecan is creepy to me. Onomatopoeia-made a quick look up. I'll call it a speech bubble for short. Most of the square ones are me trying to work out ideas I found around the web. I like the soft colors in your avatar and sig. Thank you all for stopping by. I hope you can make sense of what I've written. Any questions just ask.
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  2. I just fixed this last night. It was a bug that I was procrastinating until Beta. Scott Hanselman also commented about this recently on his blog http://www.hanselman.com/blog/LivingAHighDPIDesktopLifestyleCanBePainful.aspx
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  3. The DLL link took me to an error page.
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  4. Malazar , don"t say that please you are not ignored , me and I think every one here I am sure had seen your work but we are still try to find some thing special, but let me tell you a trick or lets call it a secret. Do you know that the connection between the viewer and the image which is before his/her eyes can be made much stronger? How ? :idea: The time, yes the time , more time that the viewer spent looking at an image means the viewer has found something special, so he/she will keep looking on that thing to discover what is the reason that he/she reacted to it, so at this point he/she will find a lot of things to say and try to transfer them to others and the first one of those others is the owner of the piece. :idea: :idea: The relationship between the time been spent from a viewer is a direct relationship with the time that a drawer been spent on his/her drawing. As a myself example sometimes I change a one inch simple line about 10 to 20 times not just because I don't like it but because I respect the viewers eyes and brain ...! :idea: :idea: :idea: And one more small meantime important thing, the title of the drawing, try to find names to your images, viewers want to know how the brain things and how it gives order to hands and eyes. I hope that what I said is correct with my little English and apologize if there is any mistakes. Thanked GOD we have PDN in between our hands to make life easier.
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