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Celtic Cross
The project is a memorial from my Mom and Dad. The final print is 16"X 20" and 300 DPI. I gave the image and a framed print of it to their church. The First Presbyterian Church in Stellarton N.S. Canada. This copy is a low REZ version but I will ad two detail images so you can get an idea of the print. We had the dedication of the print on May 15. If any one is interested email me and I can send a pic of the minister and me and my sister with the print.

Modeling with Imagine has mostly come back but I am still struggling to re learn the RJJ textures, partly because of the shorter attention span of an old geezer but mainly from all the fun things I can get up to each day. I did think think it would be easier to focus, silly me.







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Posted: 2016/6/9 7:08  Updated: 2016/6/9 7:08
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Joined: 2004/4/3
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 Re: Celtic Cross
Looks great...

Keeping the attention is hard, I find myself falling back to real Life miniatures and modeling at the moment... I find that I need to "relearn" imagine all the time... which is sad, because it IS a great program which is time and again proven by the many artists here...


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