welshblue

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  1. Ditto the best wishes. Speedy recovery x Unless someone has been through it ... well you can't imagine what it's like. I know if I didn't have a family I wouldn't be putting myself through combo' therapy again
  2. πŸ˜‚ I was sat in a hospital ward this morning looking around at all the machinery/equipment/ plugs and it dawned on me ... my entry has got a plug and flex - great -but it's 'bubbling' despite not being connected to the mains πŸ˜‚ The way PDN can get into the blood as well as 'good' toxins is incredible
  3. @MJW ... gotta say, to paraphrase Bob Marley - that's Jammin' jammin absolutely stunnin' Real neat touch having the abalone on the fret like that.
  4. Following on from @null54 ... there's also no need to convert ABR files to png as Brush Factory will load them
  5. I'm not convinced on the whole make it bigger -resize it argument. Too many times images have lost clarity for me and I've binned them 99.9% of my images finish the same size as they started and fingers X'ed they still look OK
  6. Been singing this for 2 days ... weird how songs can pop into your head after years
  7. Well done to @Pixey and @HyReZ for what I thought were very good entries. Thanks for the votes It's difficult. I'm struggling. Two I've thought of are a lava lamp or a shampoo bottle ... but if Pixey or Hyrez want to choose a theme, I'm more than happy. Failing that, if someone else wants to have a choice, because hindsight shows me I've gone for themes I'm comfortable with - and that doesn't seem fair
  8. @Woodsy ... thanks mate. Weird is good - at least I hope so, because my wife is always telling me I am 🀨 The inspiration for this piece was to either punch and kick things or come to terms with another battle with rogue genes. This time in the blood ... so last resort - stem cell transplant, if conventional treatment doesn't cut it. @lynxster4 ... many thanks. To be honest I've only scratched the surface with Incendia - I'm too impatient to let things render πŸ˜‰ @ReMake ... many thanks. Not sure about maestro ... but thank you. Inspiration can be all around us I guess ? @Eli ... many thanks. I always used to struggle with light/shadow and I'll always be grateful to ASH, OMA and LFC4Ever for their time behind PM's @Seerose ... many thanks. I look like I've fallen from the sky most mornings when I wake up πŸ˜› Thanks for the comments and reps' guys, on what is an emotive piece for me
  9. Glad you got the help quickly @Pixey ... the immune system takes a real battering with chemo. My wife's Aunt died today from complication pneumonia after battling the 'C' ... so, so very glad to read you're on the mend <hugs>
  10. You could use the eraser tool on a very low hardness setting - about 10% - and use the edge of the eraser to 'nibble' away - brush size will be dependent on the size of image. Experiment with different sizes/ softness ... you can always click Undo A Transparent Radial Gradient can also work .- right click on your mouse and again 'nibble' away at the edges of the face your working on Same sort of principal as this
  11. To be honest I think you've done a fantastic job already and if you hadn't said, would have been none the wiser. Possibly the clone stamp tool may help Damn ... now I'm dabbing ...