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ZestyInfinity

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Artist // Hobbyist // Digital Art
  • June 17
  • Canada
  • Deviant for 9 years
  • She / Her
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Photoshop Elements 10, Painter Essentials 4, optical mouse
I love browsing through the art here on DA.  When I find something I like, it's always a treat when I go to the artist's gallery and find more of the same.  I'm afraid my own gallery is a bit scattered.  I haven't really found my style yet... though I haven't been seriously pursuing art for years, so I guess that's to be expected. If I go and look through my gallery, I see a few particular looks and certain pieces seem like they could go together.  Beyond the obvious ones (like the collage pieces), I can see similarities between Pedestal and Mystic Storm and (possibly) Safety of the Sea.  Moon Child and Making Magic also sort of go together.
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I'm sure you've noticed that Wait By the Water is a bit different from all of my other pieces so far.  I felt like doing something a bit different, so I went with a digital collage.  The technique is based on Julie Nutting's cute book, Collage Couture.  The book has instructions for making the paper dolls with actual paper and glue.  I did that a couple of times and promptly got frustrated.  Do-overs are not so easy when you're dealing with tangible media!  So I thought I'd adapt the techniques a little bit and give it a try in digital format.  You can see the result if you click the above link. I'd like to try some other techniques in the f
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... in a Photoshop sort of way.  Not in a psychopathic sort of way. I've been using some of Iardacil-stock's cut-out stocks lately.  Actually, I think I've used all of them now!  I'm just so terrible at making hair look decent, and cutting stuff out without the help of the Pen Tool is just too tedious for my taste; I've given up on so many projects simply because I spent so long trying to cut the silly model out that I got bored and gave up.  I'm more interested in getting the look of the whole piece right, and when I have to spend an inordinate amount of time fiddling with pixels just to cut out a model so that her knees don't have pointy a
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I appreciate your support! :la:
Hello, and welcome to DA! Love your work.