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Posts posted by teddybearcholla

  1. The stage two actually makes me think of a *stage*... all you need is lighting!!  :drool:

    Could you actually just stop making wallpapers, fractals, and such?   I can slow down, but then I can't completely stop....well unless my pc stops working!:smashing-computer:

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  2. 1 hour ago, sed said:

    OK............ Took it a LOT further .. Not done yet -- I want to add that I NEVER noticed the legs pitched in

    DeZign 632 4K FFFF copy2 copy7.jpg

    I didn't even know what you were talking about, until this one.  Now I see what legs were odd.   Much better here... even the balls!!

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  3. On 1/20/2018 at 5:09 PM, Boopish said:

    Looking promising, Barb! I admire your go to it ness!  Painting is hard enough, digital painting even harder, IMO, because you can't "push" the paint around and mix right on the canvas.  

    Actually you can "push and mix the paint around".  Artrage, twistedbrush, and others, really work like actually painting.  

    I am a bit farther now..... 


    black face sheep.jpg

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  4. PeaZip is a free archiver tool. The application provides an unified, natively portable, cross-platform file manager and archive manager GUI for many Open Source technologies like 7-Zip, FreeArc, PAQ, UPX."  

    I have used it for many years.  Especially helpful for those pesky RAR files you need to unzip!  You can find it here....   https://sourceforge.net/projects/peazip/

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  5. 28 minutes ago, AzDude said:

    Did Someone say .............. WINDOWS 

    :whistling::D  You did, Mike!   I like Windows also, but then I never used a Mac!  My brother, sister, son, nephew... all have Macs.  But I like my windows!

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  6. 4 minutes ago, AzDude said:

    I like it .. It would look good too if it

    was animated and the sparkles sparkled.

    Size it up and upload it. :13:

    Thanks Mike!!!  I have to make the other sizes, then I shall!  You can see how it looks animated, if you want! :8::newyear:

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  7. That is Dave Bax's wb.   A little true story,.... back in Autumn of 1999, I was surfing the internet ( miss those early days) and happened across Windowblinds.  The description was something like making your windows computer look christmasy or something. I was intrigued. Visited the site and saw Niko's  Christams windowblind.  And I was smitten!! So because of that, I started trying to draw on the pc, joined WC And decorated my computer ever since!  

    And thank you for your honest opinion! :D

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  8. Yeah confusing to me as well!    So when I make an image 3840x2160...  that not 4k? 

    Quoting wkipedia.. " 4K resolution, also called 4K, refers to a horizontal screen display resolution in the order of 4,000 pixels"

    The article is about cinema, televsision, moving jpictures... like dreams... but how does that work with wallpapers that do not move?


  9. What does the 4K mean in wallpapers? When rendering a fractal, in jwildfire, apo... there is no way of knowing if it is 300 dpi until taking it into photoshop.  And if it is rendered as a transparent png,  just adding colors and layers does not make it 300dpi.  

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