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    Default Re: Redraw of Apothecary and Haberdashery c. 1890

    Once again I invade your art gallery, Ron. :)

    IMO, the Apothecary drawing didn't benefit all that much from a bevy of filters.

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    I think your instincts are spot-on and if anything, were you to print it, I'd add a slight coarse paper weave to the illustration.

    Or just print it on canvas!

    I'll get the number for Nash Studios for you. :)


    My Best,

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    Default Re: Redraw of Apothecary and Haberdashery c. 1890

    It looks ok Gary even if you think it didn't benefit from all your filters. I used fotosketcher brush strokes to get a simple but pleasing effect even though its blurred the text on the shop fronts, working on that

    Stygg
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    Default Re: Redraw of Apothecary and Haberdashery c. 1890

    Your filters I think made Ron's drawing a little too dark?

    Dark=gloomy.

    Ron=happy.

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    Default Re: Redraw of Apothecary and Haberdashery c. 1890

    Quote Originally Posted by Gare View Post
    Your filters I think made Ron's drawing a little too dark?

    Dark=gloomy.

    Ron=happy.

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    I brightened it up a little in P&GD. Please forgive me also Ron for my invade on your brilliant image.

    Stygg
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    Default Re: Redraw of Apothecary and Haberdashery c. 1890

    Gare and Stygg, I consider different ideas GOOD and something to consider. It expands my thought process, which is extremely limited.

    Thank you Both!!!
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    Default Re: Redraw of Apothecary and Haberdashery c. 1890

    I remembered a way to change the text and bring the street light in front of it, not run it through fotosketcher, I just wanted to show how it looks. The trick to do it is a tip from G.B. a while back in the Xone.

    Stygg
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    Default Re: Redraw of Apothecary and Haberdashery c. 1890

    Quote Originally Posted by stygg2003 View Post
    I remembered a way to change the text and bring the street light in front of it, not run it through fotosketcher, I just wanted to show how it looks. The trick to do it is a tip from G.B. a while back in the Xone.

    Stygg
    Very nice, Stygg. However, it should read "Duke, Extremely LTD."
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    Default Re: Redraw of Apothecary and Haberdashery c. 1890

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Duke View Post
    Very nice, Stygg. However, it should read "Duke, Extremely LTD."
    Not in my book Ron! "Duke, Extremly Talented Artist"

    Stygg

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    Default Re: Redraw of Apothecary and Haberdashery c. 1890

    Quote Originally Posted by stygg2003 View Post
    Not in my book Ron! "Duke, Extremly Talented Artist"

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    Thank you, Stygg. You're VERY kind and generous!
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