snoewite

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About snoewite

  • Birthday 01/01/1970

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    Camp Hill, PA
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    Photography, Art, Computers, Reading, Anything which involves creativity and imagination.

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  1. your brushed metal tut came in handy. here is what I used it on.
  2. Okay, that's fine. I was just offering, in case you would like to try it. I didn't say you were trying to duplicate anyone's.
  3. viewtopic.php?f=31&t=27074&hilit=different+sides+of+a+cube My sister has worked in a casino for the last 14 years, and she breeds boxers, so when I saw this tutorial I knew I had to make a custom set for her. Here's what I came up with. I'm not sure what happened with the chips, though. For some reason they don't really look like they are sitting on the table. I will have to do some work on this. EDIT: So, after a bit of work, this is what I came up with. I'm still not sure that I am happy with it, but I think it is a lot better than the last one. I love how much I have learned with this tutorial. I am learning so much about the Shapes3D plugin. I had no idea it could be used in so many ways. @snoewite Thank you for the compliment. Yours is coming along quite well. Nice job. Just an FYI: I used the cloud effect for the background. I didn't know if maybe that would help you achieve the look you are going for or not. I think that may be what was used on the original, I don't know. Just a guess. Thanks so much! I stopped working on it, and have moved on to some creations of my own. The who poker theme was starting to get on my nerves, a bit. Thank you so much for that. Here is a little example of what i have been working on.
  4. This is so simple and yet, so awesome! Thanks - kudos! :wink:
  5. WOW! I like this better than mine. This is the effect I was going for, but couldn't achieve it.. could you do a tut, please!?!
  6. Here is my try. I know it needs a lot of work, but I think that just by looking at yours and not following a tut for it, it turned out pretty well... what do you think?
  7. snoewite

    My Commet

    Go ahead and tell me what you think?
  8. viewtopic.php?f=31&t=27074&hilit=different+sides+of+a+cube My sister has worked in a casino for the last 14 years, and she breeds boxers, so when I saw this tutorial I knew I had to make a custom set for her. Here's what I came up with. I'm not sure what happened with the chips, though. For some reason they don't really look like they are sitting on the table. I will have to do some work on this. Very cute idea!
  9. My idea was a little different, but I used some of your techniques. I am going to use it as my signature.
  10. Here is what I got. I decided not to do the cards as of this point, and didn't do quite the fancy chips that you did. However, I am pretty pleased with what I got. :wink:
  11. Woo, that is cool! Hey, I know I am pretty dang proud of it! This was my 2nd attempt at it. Here is my 1st