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Old 05-03-2012, 11:08 PM
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Re: Seduction - WIP

Sue- I am going to watch this with great interest- as to failure- I've already "plowed that field" for you with the hippo! I FEEL your pain. I don't do airbrush so I may never finish the hippo, nor ever do another piece like that! I would have loved to try some still life with large smooth surfaces, but no way if the only way to do it is with an airbrush. I was hoping someone could help me with the hippo but no one had any suggestions so- I'm hoping YOU can figure it out!
I'll be back to check it out. It looks great so far. GOOD LUCK with that skin.
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Old 05-04-2012, 12:02 AM
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Re: Seduction - WIP

When you first posted the hippo, I was really really new to scratchboard and I really had no suggestions. Why don't you repost it under a new thread with what you did next to the original pic? I'm sure someone (maybe I have enough learning now) will be able to point out how it could change or even if we think it needs anything. You might be too hard on yourself.
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