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    Re: Angel for hope and fear

    Thanks spondoolix.

    Since seeing it, I'm still working out in my mind what to think. When I first heard about it wondered if it spun around with the wind! (it doesn't).

    It does have a strange...
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    Re: Angel for hope and fear

    Ooops. Got his name wrong. Should be Sir Antony Gormley OBE RA!

    Here's another pic for good measure. The white mark on the lower section is actually a sticker (graffiti).

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    Angel for hope and fear

    Finally managed to visit the 'Angel of the North' in Gateshead (North East England). Sir Anthony Gormley's sculpture is believed to be the largest of an angel in the world! Coming in at 208 tonnes...
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    Sticky: Re: Larry Leiker aka Wizard 1942 - 2022

    Very sad to hear this news and thank you letting us know. Sympathies to his family.

    Since joining the forum the scribble challenge has been a constant source of personal enjoyment. Looking through...
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    Re: A Book Dust-Cover

    Thanks Acorn , I have never really understood the benefits of soft grouping until recently and had forgotten all about the Live Copy feature - I believe it was a fairly recent addition to XPGD. When...
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    Re: A Book Dust-Cover

    A long time ago I had Photoshop plugin that could create 3d book covers, boxes, packaging etc, but I'm afraid I can't find it, or even remember what it was called.

    Nowadays there are loads of...
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    Re: British summer on the beach

    Acorn, Yes, it looked crazy on Bournemouth beach. Some humans are definitely more social than others. I’ve been on a beach like that in Spain in my young and wild days. If you go for a dip, drift...
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    British summer on the beach

    Sat and watched this roll in off the sea today. Great to get back in touch with nature. Cloned out several people that spoilt the view! (phone snapshot/East Yorkshire coast)

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    Re: be careful what you draw

    LOL :D


    Good point, nice bit of critical thinking.



    The Fabriano paper I was told about was: Artistico Satinato – hot pressed, traditional white, 300gsm and the inking was being done with...
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    Re: be careful what you draw

    ... but is it vegan friendly? :D

    I noticed that is a selling point for Fabriano Artistico paper! I've never actually used it but have heard it's good for inking. I'm not knocking the fact it's...
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    Re: Rouded corners tool, where are you?

    For interest here are screenshots of these type of tools being used in other apps to help visualise how they work.

    I personally don't have much of a need for them nowadays, but in the past I would...
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    Alternative (static/graphic/rolodex) idea.

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    Re: le Scribble July 2022

    Thanks Larry. Here’s the ‘clean’ vector version. The other one had been filtered through Prisma.

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    Hi Larry, apologies for any confusion arising from the screenshot. It’s a Xara Cloud problem. All the scribble files have been fine, I just happened to have that one open when I discovered I couldn’t...
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    Re: le Scribble July 2022

    Can’t believe another month has gone by!

    Here’s mine. It’s a Pokémon style monster called Skrib.

    They're cheeky little fellows and only appear on your computer screen when you are meant doing...
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    iPad software version: 15.5

    Clicking 'File' and the 'round' settings icon does not do anything when accessing Xara Cloud with Safari on the iPad. The resize link works ok, ie a dropdown menu...
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    Re: SCRIBBLE June 2022

    Thanks egg, hd and all for comments. This months scribbles are inspired.

    I'm not exactly sure what is meant by 'Steam Punk' but that's what popped into my head when I was playing with this idea...
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    Re: SCRIBBLE June 2022

    …by the light of the silvery moooooon. All excellent entries - love ‘em.
    Here’s a quickie whilst I warm up my ‘little grey cell’.

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    Re: SCRIBBLE May 2022

    ‘skin a cat'. I know what you mean, but just had to look up the origin of that saying. Apparently in some southern US states it now refers to skinning catfish! ;-)

    (Btw the scribble line is in the...
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    Re: SCRIBBLE May 2022

    Here's my (non-Windows/Mac) workflow to access the scribble XAR file...

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    (I actually only use Affinity Designer out of those apps shown!)
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    Re: XaraDPX19 - New patch 19.0.0.64291

    Just updated my copy of Xara Photo & Graphic Designer to 19.0.0.64291 DL x64 May 3 2022 (from 19.0.0.63990 DL x64 Mar 11 2022).

    Whatever was updated, I think it was more than a patch update,...
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    Re: a leap of faith

    I don't think my Cintiq 16 has a fan (except from me!) but it does have two air vents around the back at the top. I was wondering if the angle you work at has any relevance to potential heat build...
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    Re: SCRIBBLE May 2022

    @ hd Thanks - I think ;)

    According to wikipedia the emotion of interest has its own facial expression of which the most prominent component is having dilated pupils! I think my own facial...
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    Re: SCRIBBLE May 2022

    …clock key? :D

    Here’s mine, just letting my mind wonder off to see where it goes!

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  25. Thread: Funny, but...

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    Re: Funny, but...

    Not the point of the visual gag (or nag!), but I prefer the more adaptable version on the right. Probably easier when you come to sell! :D
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