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    How about a section for digital art where you use a computer with a touch sensitive graphic tablet to draw or even paint the most amazing artwork. I have just got into this because I suffer from allergies that are affected by pastel crayon dust and fumes from oil paints etc. So I thought this would be a good way to go (Micks idea). I am really enjoying it and have already produced some nice work. If you like an example to see, on my web site juliepilcher.co.uk they are in the faerie section in the galleries. Julie
    Julie & Mick

    Portraits in pastels by Julie http://www.juliepilcher.co.uk

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    What a shame about your allergies! But good that you've found another way of expressing your art - your pictures are very beautiful!
    Cathy xx
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    • #3
      Pictures!

      I took a peek at your art work. They're wonderful. If you can create work like that without your pastels and oils then I'm sure everything will be just fine. Allergies are miserable though!
      Julia

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      • #4
        Thank you so much. It's nice to get a positive comment about Digital Art from someone else.
        Julie & Mick

        Portraits in pastels by Julie http://www.juliepilcher.co.uk

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        • #5
          Digital Art

          I love making digital images too and spe******e in mandalas which I make in Photoshop. Good luck with your artwork which is great Julie.
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          • #6
            Thanks Chris! ....very kind of you to comment!....I am just having a go at some animal portraits at the moment...have just finished a snake and I am now working on 2 dogs...I find doing the fur digitally quite a bit different but the snakes scales were great to do on the tablet!

            If you happen to like snakes (I know that a lot of people don't!) ...the progress pics are on my website in the 'on the easel' section!

            Thanks again for the lovely feedback, it is very much appreciated!

            ~Julie~
            Julie & Mick

            Portraits in pastels by Julie http://www.juliepilcher.co.uk

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            • #7
              Hurray for Digital Artists

              I agree about a digital art forum - I think your fairies are superb.

              I colour my husbands comic art - I've been doing it for about 18 months and improving every week. You can see my latest work at http://octaviamoon.deviantart.com/ or my hubby's website www.adamjollyart.com

              If you ahven't joined deviantart it's worth joining and putting a portfolio up - great place to get feedback and learn new skills.

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              • #8
                good job!!!

                It's really nice to know that even though your allergic to materials commonly used to make art, you found a way to let loose of your creativity. I must commend you for your work of arts which are truly superb and beautiful. Keep up the good work
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                • #9
                  Hi Cathy

                  Just had a look at your work and i am very impressed. I too do digital art but in a slightly different way. My idea involves mixing paints together by pouring them in a dish, then I wait as the paint mixes naturally. Once I see an interesting pattern that I think will make a good image I use my macro lens on my camera to zoom in and grab the abstract shots which are then printed on canvas.

                  Phil

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                  • #10
                    Hi everyone, thanks for the nice comments. Your work sounds very interesting Phil and it would be nice to see a few examples.
                    Julie & Mick

                    Portraits in pastels by Julie http://www.juliepilcher.co.uk

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