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Sorrow of the Last by concettasdesigns Sorrow of the Last by concettasdesigns
Graphite drawing on Bristol Board.
Imagine if you were the last....
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gauchito Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2007
Great work mate!
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concettasdesigns Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
thank you
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OginZ Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2007
Amazing work! :)
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concettasdesigns Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you!
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tori-margaret Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2007
absolutley beautiful!!!
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concettasdesigns Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
thank you
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AnnaKirsten Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2007   General Artist
This image (and possibly others of yours) is featured in my current journal [link]

I hope you are happy about this.

If you already know, then please ignore this message. Thanks.
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concettasdesigns Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Thank you so much! Yes I am happy. I am working on some new pieces at the moment in mixed media... should be up in a couple of days.lol Thanks for keeping in touch... I live fractals wish i new how to do them especially for some faded out backgrounds for some drawings I am working on. Any suggestions.. I have photoshop, illustrator, and macromedia.. But I am only so schooled in these programs.
Concetta
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AnnaKirsten Featured By Owner Mar 25, 2007   General Artist
Well.. Fractals, both for textures and for integrating with images in MM are absolutely fantastic. I'd go for Ultra Fractal personally, because although Apophysis is as easy as you like for kiddie's play - or as hard as you like for serious manipulation - Ultra Fractal is a far more interesting and varied program, with really good tutorials, and so many options available. It can be a little bit daunting to start with, but once you work through the tutorial that comes with it, to learn its basics, then you're well on your way. Only thing is that it isn't free whereas Apophysis is.

As for telling you exactly how to make such backgrounds, I don't think I'd have the first clue how to do that - in fact I'm only just considering making something of the sort for my own MM stuff! lol! If I come across a fairly easy forumla that you could try out I'll let you know, but first you need to decide which fractal program to go for - there are a lot of them about, each with limitations or huge possibilities! Fractal Explorer is a very good one, too, and you might find that a little easier to use tha Ultra Fractal. If you're interested in any of these let me know, and I'll go to the site where I used to be a moderator for Mixed Media (lol!!!) and get all the links for you. Oh also, there's possibilities in KPT tools (available from Corel) too.. A plugin for Photoshop primarily..
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concettasdesigns Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Thanks for the info... but I don't think I will be delving into fractals just yet. he he Think I will stick with what I know for now.
Have a good day
Concetta
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