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Harvest Mountain High by jugga-lizzle Harvest Mountain High by jugga-lizzle
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Started this yesterday, and things just kinda flowed together. I was telling myself to do new things with it, and for the most part I accomplished that well. I wanted to not touch the edges, and I wanted things to not be overly shaded or anything. There were alot of smaller details that I was thinking about trying to work in with Corel, but Im quickly realizing that its going to take me a long time to learn that program!

As always, thanks for stopping by!! :manhug:

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:iconhonbun:
HonBun Feb 21, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
And a rainbow for good luck :D
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jugga-lizzle Feb 21, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Pretty much yea ;P
Once I got to a certain point, I didnt know if the things I had planned for it would look good anymore, and then I put that in there and thought that even though I was trying to stear clear of things that are normally my style, it fit :)
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:iconantarou:
New desktop background: found!

Awesome work. Lovely line flow and great color combination.
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jugga-lizzle Feb 21, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Lol, thank you very much!! :D
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:iconzalmero:
REALLY love the fade out on the clouds.
very nice touch. dig the rainbow too.
fav for sure.
was this all in illustrator?
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jugga-lizzle Feb 21, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Nope this was all in PS :)
Thanks for the comment!!
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:iconzalmero:
oooo nice. howd you draw out the rainbow?
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jugga-lizzle Feb 24, 2009  Hobbyist Digital Artist
For this one I started by using the pen tool, creating a point where I wanted the rainbow to start, and then another where I wanted it to end. Added a point in between these 2 and created an arc in the line. After that I dupolicated the pen tool path, rotated it just a bit, and closed it. Then I think I just had to move the path each time I needed a new colour for the rainbow. If that doesnt make sense, then just mess around with the pen tool as often as possible, and youll be able to start doing new things with it :)
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:iconzalmero:
thanks much for the tip.
ill give it a shot
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