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Wellies' photos and graphics

Discussion in 'Photo & Graphics Archive' started by wellies, Aug 23, 2009.

  1. Mara

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    Yes, it's showing for me now, Wellie - and thanks! (May have been a temporary glitch with my own computer as I too use FireFox).

    And once again, wow!! The planning, graphics, the intricate cut-outs needed, the details - yup, wow! Ever thought of doing this as a small business out of your home?

    Match has a good point, many are using email to send 'cards' to friends and family on special days ... but, at least here, more and more are returning to 'real' cards and hand-crafted ones - and yours are lovely!!
     
  2. wellies

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    I did this yesterday:

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  3. DSTM (Dougie)

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    That is excellent.Wellies.:)
    I like it very much.
    I now have xara xtreme Pro,but no time as yet to try it out.
     
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    I am not ignoring you but had big probs on comp hopefully sorted I alway look at your posting
    that last one terrific
    Kindest
    Bob
     
  5. Mara

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    This is terrific, Wellies!!! - please do keep them coming!
     
  6. wellies

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    What do you see in this computer graphic? A regular flat pattern, or something that has depth and cubes? It tends to drift between the two if you keep looking at it:

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    My eys are going wonky now
    Bob
     
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    I like things like that, Interesting, How about small White Hexagons raised above larger Hexagons.
     
  9. Mara

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    Truly a great 'illusion' effect, Wellie!!

    Our Match sees "small White Hexagons raised above larger Hexagons" and I see square rooms with clear walls and a white square sitting on the floor in the corner. Hmmm, maybe my eyes are going "wonky" along with our Bobs' - :)
     
  10. wellies

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    A bad penny always turns up again, so here I am. :) Talking of money...

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    Welcome back, Wellies! :)

    But that isn't money cause money doesn't have pictures of ladies on it. Money has pictures of dead presidents except of course for Franklin and Hamilton who weren't. So we could say money has pictures of founding fathers except of course for Lincoln, who wasn't.

    Anyhow that ain't real money that you are showing that is that funny looking stuff they use in the UK.
     
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    Hi and welcome back lol

    thought they used euro's when you were in Ireland, and now you have those dollar things, Thing is about UK money if the Queen retires they are going to have to Make it all again, with a new picture lol
     
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    Funny looking or not, my trouble is that I don't have enough of it. :)
     
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    I get to see loads of it just that it never sticks around for long :unsure:
     
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    Yipeeeeeee, you're back, Wellies!! Have missed you!

    :D
     
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    Nice to see you again to see you nice.
     
  17. wellies

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    I had another short burst of interest in making strange graphics recently. Here they are:

    The one below is done in a program called RealDraw Pro. I haven't and probably won't buy it but it has an interesting tool called 'PushBack' that can easily create an interlocking ring effect. Some pretty nice textures too
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    This one is a Xara Xtreme graphic:
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    Another one that doesn't follow optical rules. Try following the link faces:
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    Lastly, a CorelDraw X5 (Home & Student edition) graphic:
    [​IMG]
     
  18. DSTM (Dougie)

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    I got Real Draw Pro yesterday and what fun it is.

    So many menu options I am amazed.

    The push back feature is great.

    You are only limited by ones imagination.
     
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    We've got a lady on our money too - and even have different colours for each denomination of bill, too - huge smile!

    Wellies, those are great creations and I'm super impressed with the rings within rings - that's 'push back' looks like great fun. Thanks again for sharing with us - always enjoy them! :)
     
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    Stunning work, Wellies! Absolutely enjoyed looking at these.
     

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