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    Default Standing Harmoniously (update)

    Did this some time back, but on revisiting it I saw the need to add depth with reflection and shading.
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    Last edited by Ron Duke; 30 June 2008 at 04:03 PM.
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    Impressive!

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    Beautiful work Ron.... nice job. I love the cello

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    Default Re: Standing Harmoniously (update)

    I remember the original... I think this is an improvement. The reflections are too mirror like I think (too bright and undistorted)... but who am I to tell. I just looked really quick, then starting typing... will have to study the work a little more.

    Upon a second look... I realized that the reflection is from the front of the cello/violin and the horn is to the side... and should have the side view of the string thing. The bow is nicely distorted but the sting thing isn't....

    Then again... it looks fantastic if you apply a hefty dose of artistic license... So... It look good to me.
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    excellent ron and looks like sooooooo much work...very beautiful..t

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    Looks great! The reflection of the violin is not correct, but who cares - just file it under 'artistic freedom'!
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    Great work Ron.
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    Always astounding, Ron.

    The reflections add a lot of realism and depth to this old chestnut of yours.
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    Quality, Ron
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