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Thank you @pdnNoob - it took many hours to paint each frame.

 

@Toe - yes, I did get the "inspiration" for the owl from an animated work.  I get a lot of ideas from art on the web.  I did, however, paint every frame I used in a different colour (as you can see from the example) and it took hours.  I would never have copied and pasted someone else's work as you are suggesting.

 

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and my line up for animating it in Midora's Plugin:

 

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@Toe - yes, I did get the "inspiration" for the owl from an animated work.  I get a lot of ideas from art on the web.  I did, however, paint every frame I used in a different colour (as you can see from the example) and it took hours.  I would never have copied and pasted someone else's work as you are suggesting.

 

Ok, fair enough. Thanks for explaining; it looked rather suspicious. ;)

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Sooooo - I'm taking a break from Ultra Fractal 5 and am back to PDNing again.  It really does become part of one's life after so many years.  My latest Perfume Bottle:



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@Helen - Thank you ...... we sure have that in common aka the bling and perfume bottles :D .

 

Thank you @BBQ - wot you said :) it rhymes beautifully - you are very poetic!

 

Hey @Dryda ....... thanks so much ;) .

 

Actually I was not sure which image to post ........ the one I did, or the first one without the third tier of bling.

 

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Like so many of you on here, I know it's always tough to decide on which one to post.

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... and am back to PDNing again.  It really does become part of one's life after so many years. ...

 

This is a wonderful quality - devotion ( or loyalty, dedication - I don't know how it's right in English)

 

Like so many of you on here, I know it's always tough to decide on which one to post.

 

I say, post them all, Pixey! Really, your work is just beautiful!

 

Pixey, each of your work is a masterpiece, which pleasing the eyes. So I agree with Helen.

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@Helen and @ReMake - thank you so much :D .

 

@lynxster4 - so glad you like the gold work ...... I really have fun making it (as perhaps you can tell :)Thank you!

 

@Limon - you are so kind to drop by and comment ..... it's much appreciated. If I were to make the perfume, it would smell like musk and lillies B) .

 

@Maximilian - thanks a million Maximilian smileys-danke-877054.gif

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That's a real complicated perfume bottle you got there.

 

Mind making a tutorial with a simpler version of the bottle design for us folks who would wanna try it?

 

And nice comeback too!

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@lynxster4 - so glad you like the gold work ...... I really have fun making it (as perhaps you can tell :)Thank you!

 

 

Pixey...correct me if I'm wrong, but is the 'gold' work on your bottle a variation of barbieq's 'Making a jewel' tutorial? If it is, a very creative adaptation of that tut!    :mrviolet:

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Sooooo - I'm taking a break from Ultra Fractal 5 and am back to PDNing again.  It really does become part of one's life after so many years.  My latest Perfume Bottle:

 

Dear Pixey! It smells good, and  great bottle  5x87p8pv.gif  So very beautifully done. I have a request: 

If possible can you write tutorial about it is?  l9li29tl.gif I want to learn to like it also. Thank you very much.

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@Ishi & @Seerose - Thank you so much.  Yes, I would be very happy to make a tutorial based on this Bling Bottle - so, it's now in the pipeline :P .

 

@lynxster -  I used the premise of @BBQ's tute in using the "Circle Text Plugin" idea, but I used another method for making the gold - it is based on a tute by Sarkut (who is no longer around) which has lost all of it's pictures, but a method which works well for thicker lines.  Hopefully I will be able to 'insert' his XML file into the tute, to use with Gradient Mapping :/ .

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@Seerose & @Maximilian - I am on it ............. Hopefully by the weekend.

 

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Yes, Sarkut's method works very well on larger areas & different thicknesses whereas the method I use works well on areas that are thinner & more uniform in thickness.

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@Seerose & @Maximilian - I am on it ............. Hopefully by the weekend.

 

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Dear Pixey! Thank you so much...  <3   :)

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Yes, Sarkut's method works very well on larger areas & different thicknesses whereas the method I use works well on areas that are thinner & more uniform in thickness.

 

'Tis funny about making Gold in PDN.  Here is where the word 'size' makes such a difference.  Somethings look great by doing one method, but doesn't work on another.  I also sometimes use the Alpha-Displacement method (I used this on the bling bracelet) but again, it all depends on what you are making.  Your way is great for the finer stuff and I particulary like it in delicate text B) .

 

@Seerose - glad you liked the tute ;) .

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