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    Default Happy Mother's Day!

    US and Canada, I'm guessing—

    If you're a mother, Happy Mother's Day!

    If you have a mother and/or were a product of a mother, wish them a Happy Mother's Day!

    That just about covers it, right?

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    —Gary
    (Thanks, Mom!)

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    Default Re: Happy Mother's Day!

    Happy Mother's Day to all the moms and grandmoms out there.
    Gary W. Priester
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    Default Re: Happy Mother's Day!

    Yes, yes!

    +Grandmoms!

    They'd let us stay up late and watch TV and have as much ice cream as we wanted

    And were fundamental for many of us being here, if not all.

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    Default Re: Happy Mother's Day!

    That's a lovely picture Gare, must have taken you ages to solder all that gold

    Stygg

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    Default Re: Happy Mother's Day!

    Interesting, I was like that image too Gare. Once in a while I try to do stained glass images but minr do far have not looked so good as yours, close maybe but not as good.
    Larry a.k.a wizard509

    Never give up. You will never fail, but you may find a lot of ways that don't work.

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    Default Re: Happy Mother's Day!

    Thank you, and Fool Disclosure:


    I created the design in Xara, exported it as paths. I used a Photoshop plug-in called PathStylerPro to create the gold caming. Then I used ArtRage Studio to create the glass inlays.

    Assembled the overall design in Xara, then exported it as a PSD file with layer.


    Form there, I used the Dodge tool in random areas along the gold caming to make it look a little less perfect, with uneven specular highlights.

    And I did not create it recently! It began as a generic card years ago for any occasion that was celebrated by a woman.

    I've got "Guy cards", without titles, too.

    My Best,

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    Gary

 

 

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