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Marker renderings of traditional Rods and Customs, etc

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#21 mikelo


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Posted 18 December 2012 - 05:36 AM

Very nice style. I also prefer to do things by hand, though I am starting to do more on the computer. To me anyway, I can be more creative working by hand. I had a great teacher who told me there are no accidents. So many things come to me while I am feeling them out. I have seen what you mentioned of younger people working a piece on the computer and not exploring other ideas. I will have to look for that paper. Again, very nice work!



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Posted 18 December 2012 - 03:50 PM

I've been "on the job" fluent in Adobe products for eleven years and what you say Harry about all of it is true. Yet, there's still no substitute for the warmth of marker renderings and mixed media and Clifford you do a fantastic job. Your experience, talent and skill is quickly apparent. I love them.


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