Until I think of something else...
I definitely don't have all the answers, but I know that as long as people keep sharing ideas like this, the truth will eventually reveal itself and maybe it can make a difference somewhere.I think this blog rocks! Keep up the good work, I've bookmarked it and will definitely swing by again soon.Feel free to pay a visit to my Canada immigration site. It might not be your "cup of tea", but it covers Canada immigration related topics.
Lynne -- I don't think you overworked it at all! This is really well done, and I love the blue against the silver :-)
I have a flute in a case just like that, and you did a be-yoo-tiful job!Doesn't look overworked to me, either.
This is really fabulous. I'm very very impressed. I don't think it is over-worked at all. Well done!
Nice-love the blue and silver together! I have been wanting to draw my daughters flute for the instrument challenge.
I agree with the others - it doesn't look over worked. I love the blue and silver together and how you can just feel that silky lining!
It's beautiful and so life like I could pick it up and admire it more.Teri
I just wanted to say how much I like this. It's so hard drawing this kind of object where accuracy is all.I see you've been hit by a johnny canuck the spammer - I hope before you added word verification. You know you can delete any posts you don't like. I don't why they think that if they dump their rubbish on your blog, you or anyone else is going to be interested in their products/services
Wow. This is very nice. Which part of it did you do in photoshop? I like the flute the best.
Most PS work (crude filtering for texture) was done on the case and lining, and overall contrast, color adjustment. I was impatient with the case rendering since the flute part was so complicated (and it shows). Thanks for all your compliments!
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