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    Quote Originally Posted by Meshuga Mikey View Post
    The image that became the painting was originally captured with a high quality digital camera, and likely projected on the surface being transformed into a painting.
    Ah yeah, that would make sense now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meshuga Mikey View Post
    The image that became the painting was originally captured with a high quality digital camera, and likely projected on the surface being transformed into a painting.
    Nah. It would never work. Just admit that the guy has talent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Articulate_Ape View Post
    Different painter(s), but this one always amazes me.
    I dont get it at all. Its clear that the painting used a fairly high resolution digital image as its base.

    I guess its the challenge to recreate the original image by hnad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliCon View Post
    Nah. It would never work. Just admit that the guy has talent.
    skil yes. real talent...is far more than skill, even skill at a very high level.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Articulate_Ape View Post
    Different painter(s), but this one always amazes me.
    I dont get it at all. Its clear that the painting used a fairly high resolution digital image as its base.

    I guess its the challenge to recreate the original image by hnad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meshuga Mikey View Post
    I dont get it at all. Its clear that the painting used a fairly high resolution digital image as its base.

    I guess its the challenge to recreate the original image by hnad.
    You make a lot of assumptions . . . .

    And what are your assumptions about this artist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliCon View Post
    Nah. It would never work.
    You need to justify this statement, since it is you that has made it.

    You say it would never work. Why, exactly is it that you think it would "never work"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hampshirebrit View Post
    You need to justify this statement, since it is you that has made it.

    You say it would never work. Why, exactly is it that you think it would "never work"?
    Projecting an image and then painting over it and having it come out in any way good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliCon View Post
    Projecting an image and then painting over it and having it come out in any way good.
    You still have not said why it would not work. You have only polemicised on the issue, rather briefly and weakly, I might add.

    Why would painting over a projected image not "come out in any way good" ?

    I can see some merit in the technique, although I am not an artist, by any stretch of the imagination. Perhaps you can enlighten me as to why I might be wrong on the matter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hampshirebrit View Post
    You still have not said why it would not work. You have only polemicised on the issue, rather briefly and weakly, I might add.

    Why would painting over a projected image not "come out in any way good" ?

    I can see some merit in the technique, although I am not an artist, by any stretch of the imagination. Perhaps you can enlighten me as to why I might be wrong on the matter.
    Because the projected image would interfere with the process. It would be akin to painting in bad lighting. How can you know what something is going to look like if the colors you are trying to paint are being covered by projected colors? You can use the projection technique to sketch and outline an image - but not to paint it.
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