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  1. #191
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    Default Re: First-Ever Organzied Chaotic Free-For-All Competition/Collaboration

    I like that Albacore, an infinite knot.

    Stygg

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    Default Re: First-Ever Organzied Chaotic Free-For-All Competition/Collaboration

    Okay, visual pun for the day:

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    Sorry!
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    Default Re: First-Ever Organzied Chaotic Free-For-All Competition/Collaboration

    Nothing elaborate in this one just wanted to add colours and have a break from attempting Gary's metal pawn using vector shapes and fills only, it ain't easy As Gary said one time " I never said it was gonna be a walk in the park"

    Stygg
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    Default Re: First-Ever Organzied Chaotic Free-For-All Competition/Collaboration

    Walks in the park are particularly difficult after an idiot breaks his leg on his owns stairs so he can only sue himself.

    Stygg, your progression is an amazement to watch. Keep it up and repeat if necessary!




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    I agree Gary. Pretty soon Stygg will be giving me a run for my money. and I look forward to that day. Keep up the good work Stygg.

    Today I was working with the blend tool to create this infinity marker. I also used named colors.
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    Most excellent, Paul.

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    Thank you Rik. Here is another one to go with your, "To infinity and beyond" theme.
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    Default Re: First-Ever Organzied Chaotic Free-For-All Competition/Collaboration

    Great work Paul, I like your choice of colours and no I don't want to give anyone a run for their money, I just like sharing and learning from eveyone At the moment I'm trying to re-create Gary's pawn+rook image, just the pawn, involves a lot of tracing and it is so dark in places it's hard to define the shape, well that's my excuse if I get it wrong Here's a small preview of work so far, not done much as it has been way to hot here to stay in doors.

    Stygg
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    Default Re: First-Ever Organzied Chaotic Free-For-All Competition/Collaboration

    Excellent job Stygg. You put a lot of work into that. I draw everything with a mouse, that is to much detail work for me. Just a suggestion, you may want to add some solid highlight reflections. Both light and dark to create reflection and light direction. Remember, when the light source hits on one side, It's going to be dark on the other. Here's a sample. I just added three highlights to your image.

    I don't think anyone is in competition here. We are all just having fun. At least I am. I'm enjoying the things that you have been posting. You are doing some nice work. keep them coming.

    Thank you Stygg for you comments on my work. I always appreciate what you have to say.

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    Default Re: First-Ever Organzied Chaotic Free-For-All Competition/Collaboration

    Quote Originally Posted by Rik View Post
    Chicken or the Egg?

    The scientists say, that the protein required to form the shell, is produced by the chicken.
    So, you can read the article, and take out of it, what you will !!!

    What came first: The Chicken or the Egg?

    And if you need more proof, here it is.
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