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    Re: Scribble May 2021

    LOL. Egg, that’s a nice chopper. :cool:
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    Re: Scribble May 2021

    Here's mine again, but with knobs on (well actually, they're blades, but you'll get the drift).

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    Hey egg, are you going to draw a bigger chopper than mine! ;)
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    Re: Scribble April 2021

    :D:D:D
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    Re: Scribble May 2021

    May's going to fly by!

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    Re: Scribble April 2021

    Thanks all. All been great this month. Penny that's fab. Looks just like my dancing! ;)
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    Re: Poor HD rendering on HD

    Just to confirm, looks similar on my PC screen (125% Windows scaling applied).

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  7. Thread: VectorStyler

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    Re: VectorStyler

    Just to add, I also read a post on their forum (by the developer) the launch price is likely to be around 99usd for a permanent, single payment license, with a years worth of updates. They are not...
  8. Thread: VectorStyler

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    I’ve also downloaded the beta to try. My laptop is far below the stated (multicore) spec so can’t comment on that side of things, but my first impressions are still good. I’ve found a few things that...
  9. Re: Tasty little bit of computer generated animation.

    I haven’t listened to that Pink Floyd track for years. I remember the first time I heard those ‘drums’ pop through my speakers made me jump! Definitely going to look at his other films. ‘Beard’ looks...
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    Fantastic! Thanks for posting link.

    After further exploration, I found out more about the creative director, Matt Pyke (Sheffield, UK) and the company/collective behind the animation, Universal...
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    Re: Can I get rid of the blue lines?

    Thanks HD for finding that link.
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    Re: Can I get rid of the blue lines?

    Hi Jon, hope you are well.

    Yes, changing the registry setting does still work, reverting things back to the previous style selectors.

    I can’t find the original post from Xara who first told us...
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    Re: Scribble April 2021

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    Used the new Smart duplication for the wheels and track.

    Prisma version

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    How to overlap shapes and lines

    I don't know about everyone else, but whenever I go to make an overlapping shape effect, I always seem to forget how it's done, probably because I don't do very often. Anyhow, I've now made a quick...
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    Re: Scribble April 2021

    'It won't be a stylish marriage,'

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    Re: Scribble April 2021

    Great ideas one and all.

    Ernie, I especially like the small tortoise balancing on the handlebar! ;)
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    Re: Got wrangled into running a contest...

    It's funny how things go, but it all sounds great fun and an interesting specialist community to be part of. It's good to collaborate and share ideas sometimes. Keep us posted on the final outcome.
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    Re: Scribble April 2021

    No intentional flak meant from me. In fact I was rather marvelling at your lateral thinking.

    Here are the two lines I am looking at side by side. The left one is from your scribble drawing, the...
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    Re: Scribble April 2021

    Larry, I like your interpretation of the scribble rules, but I also agree with Acorn’s ‘black on black’ logic which opens the door to basically anything black!

    I’ve not opened the xar file to...
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    First bug of the year

    Yay! Spring has sprung - my first beetle photo of the year!

    7 Spot Ladybird - Coccinella septempunctata, the most common of Britain's ladybirds. There was a loveliness of them on a small conifer...
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    Re: Gullwing Corsair

    Excellent, from any angle! I like the colouring.
  22. Thread: Restoration

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    Re: Restoration

    I agree there are so many more interesting and thought provoking portrait paintings around the world. Of course art is subjective but It’s fascinating why the Mona Lisa remains so popular. Must be...
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    Re: Restoration

    Nice work!

    I was at the Louvre in 2014 to see something else but happened to go past the painting. It was crazy, all the people taking selfies. It’s installed behind bulletproof glass which might...
  24. Re: Albrecht Dürer and my passion for woodcut art

    It's looking great Ernie, I think you are making good progress. I can really see the detail in the document information screenshot you posted.

    I think, probably like Egg, I have quite a light...
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    Re: Documenting your Work

    Acorn, that's a clever idea - a bit beyond me but I can appreciate the principal.

    As I don't often do paid digital work (and don't do websites) my problem is not keeping track of editing time and...
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