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Kamala

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  1. Those drawings are great! My drawing, as you can see, earns me a place amongst the "physician scribblers" of the planet - because of this, I will say that this image is of a musical artist.
  2. Those drawings are great! My drawing, as you can see, earns me a place amongst the "physician scribblers" of the planet - because of this, I will say that this image is of a musical artist.
  3. Those drawings are great! My drawing, as you can see, earns me a place amongst the "physician scribblers" of the planet - because of this, I will say that this image is of a musical artist.
  4. Kamala

    Oma's gallery

    :shock: Wow - those eyes are also following my moves (and it spooked my cats! hahah) Positively fantastic - those eyes and nose are so nicely proportioned! - utterly wonderful just to look at, like one is in a museum! The elephant is stunning, but I'm blown away by the sketching and drawing that you do free-hand. It is a real gift. My scrawls look better as an example of a dead language, I also like how you take pains to label details on each layer! Thanks so much for the inspiration and keep it coming!
  5. Happy Belated Birthday - hope you had a wonderful time
  6. Thank you, Simon 8) I had it saved to my desktop in the interim - I'll go ahead and discard. Thanks for your time and kind help.
  7. Holy Cow, this is going to be a great feature! I had one question - I already understand what to do with the .dll file, but what file should the skin file go, as it does not say dll? (Can you tell I'm still painfully new?) :oops: :shock: Thanks so much for this.
  8. Good Morning 8) I have just finished my album, and had as much fun doing the back-cover as I did the front. The great artistry everyone does here is inspiring, and was a shot-in-the-arm for me. I hope this is alright, and please give critique The first is the front, the second the back, and the last is the random image used:
  9. Thank you so much for teaching this. Here's my humble attempt: @ Anonymous 6366, love that your planet's colors, lighting, and the starry-space! (The image is clickable)
  10. Hugs, everyone, I had come across this thread when I first joined PDN - I knew it was about the Magic Card Game, but had no other clue, and all of the discussion here sounded foreign. Well, I now wear a toga, and have learned this was the same card game which some of my family plays - I am still new at it, but decent enough for my son to "try out" his new configurations. Even better, this all makes wonderful sense!! Thanks so much for sharing all of this.
  11. I loved how you blended in the Demon in Light - and as a sci-fi nut, I LOVED the exploding planet!! It's neat how you have the light eminating out of the planet's cracks.
  12. Those are so lovely I particularly love the Teddy Bear - Keep posting your drawings - they are great!
  13. This was the quickest one I've done - Lovely! This is a symbol for The United Federation of Planets/Star Trek Online group.
  14. They are wonderful, Yellowman, I especially love the details on the flowers - boy, do I have a long way to go!
  15. Well, here is my little laptop's numbers:
  16. Currently using a lot of Federation Classic (Star Trek)
  17. Kamala

    Oma's gallery

    Absolutely spectacular, Oma! I always enjoy viewing your art work, and how wonderful it is that the only limits are ones imagination and determination. Thanks for being such an inspiration. I love how you use light, reflection, glow, to travel through, bounce off, and encapsulate the graphics, with details galore.. I can stare at them for hours!
  18. No, Pyrochild - we love you, - they simply don't understand you!
  19. In case you haven't seen this before, http://www.imagecels.com/docs/palms-textures-desert-trees.html
  20. This is my attempt, but found when I performed the SeamLess Texture, the fracture was placed in the upper section, not the middle. I've placed this as a thumbnail links, as it does not look very good. I am enjoying everyone's creativity. Thank you for posting this - this was the quickist one I've done yet.
  21. WhiteStar, Those are absolutely astonishing! While I am still a serious neophyte, I am dodgedly working through tutorials, hoping one day to be a fraction as good as you and many of the PDN family. Bravo!
  22. That was hilarious!!! I'm still laughing - even the way you spelled Rick's last name had me imagining a loud, "infomercial announcer" from the deep south ROTFL
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