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  1. #91
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    Lightbulb Art nouveau XAR design

    Thanks, Gray.

    I'm inadvertently posting to two collections. I'm going to stick with this here volume 3, seeing as volume 2 is 19 pages.




    Here is a hand-trace of an Art Nouveau border, good for book plates, or just your name on something. Use a cool font! :)

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    Free to download!

    My Best,
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  2. #92
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    Default Pop Art

    "Brew Ha Ha"

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    I used the shareware Raster to turn a gradient or two into halftone dots.


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    Gary

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    Default Re: Pop Art

    Like that!
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    Default Re: Pop Art

    That is so cool, Gare! Especially the halftone dots. (and the muted colours)
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    Default Re: Pop Art

    Quote Originally Posted by iamtheblues View Post
    That is so cool, Gare! Especially the halftone dots. (and the muted colours)

    Thank you! Totally influenced by the works of Roy Lichtenstein, and something called "zipatone" I used back at an ad agency.

    —g

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    Default Re: Pop Art

    Thank you, Gare I downloaded the bookplate and messed around with it that is so cool, like the mug too.
    Larry a.k.a wizard509

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    Default Re: Pop Art

    Quote Originally Posted by wizard509 View Post
    Thank you, Gare I downloaded the bookplate and messed around with it that is so cool, like the mug too.
    You're most welcome, Larry.

    I'm not offering up the Xar file for this one, because I only created it last week. I'll find other oddities I'm willing to share completely soon!

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    Default Re: Pop Art

    Is that a BigCrack Gary?
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    Default Painful Burger Art

    Quote Originally Posted by Egg Bramhill View Post
    Is that a BigCrack Gary?

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    I'm not getting messages that there are new posts, or I would have replied earlier. Yes, and it's crackling fresh, made out of real Idaho Russet pixels. Enjoy it with a refreshing Diet Coke and really sharp and pointy ice!

    You'd reverse a beak today!


    Why is going silly so easy on tg? It's one of the more outstanding features!


    Out to lunch,

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    Default Re: Painful Burger Art

    That is one triangulated little burger. I wonder how it digests? Have you ever used Dmesh, Gary?

 

 

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