hippiechos

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hippiechos last won the day on April 20 2017

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  1. @Woodsy, that was it. Thanks!
  2. Hmmm. I tried this, but my light options are grayed out for Texture Smoother. I have paint.net 4.0.21 and I downloaded the linked plugins fresh. Any suggestions?
  3. Thanks @Pixey! I love the silver bubbles you have on the water line! After much trial and error, I did end up getting an effect that I liked. I debated whether or not to post it, or to just let this post slip into obscurity. Guess I should've posted. This is what I ended up with: To be used with my other image of the claw marks:
  4. I love the shiny marbles, Pixey, but it's the train that really appeals to my steampunk side!
  5. For a "failed" attempt, I'd say your speed painting still turned out pretty good!
  6. @welshblue Though I've been a lurker here during your most active time, I have to say I've always been a fan of your work! I love these new pieces you've put out, and even though I'm still just a lurker, it's great to see you back and putting out tutorials!
  7. It looks like a Blues snake charmer. I like the composition and colors and how much expression is in it.
  8. I love the color mix on Quiet Waters. It has amazing atmosphere to it.
  9. DUDE! Those are some awesome works. I love it, especially the creativity. My favorite so far is the road leading to the phone. Very cool.
  10. You've got a wonderfully fun style. I love the creepy touch!
  11. I like the ferns, but the floating city is AMAZING! Very nice.
  12. I love the texture and colors you've got on the Enterprise! Good job!
  13. It makes me want chocolate too! It looks wonderful, Lynxster!
  14. Hi all! I'm looking for someone to point me in the direction of a tutorial to make some shallow water. I've got my base image, and I'd like to have a thin layer of water around the symbol, so that the symbol is poking up through the water, but have the water be clear enough to see through it down to the stone below. I also want to put a few droplets on the symbol itself, so if anyone has suggestions for tutorials there, I'm open to them. Thanks in advance. Loni