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  1. #1
    lil
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    A little piece of work done on my Mac...
    Hey there,

    Just finished this little piece in Painter IX on my PowerBook.

    Pretty pleased with it :flower:

    http://sunshinesista.plus.com/~Vicky/apple.jpg

    Vicky :flower:

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    A little piece of work done on my Mac...
    Benjamindaines's Avatar
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    Very nice

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    A little piece of work done on my Mac...
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    Very impressive!

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    A little piece of work done on my Mac...
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    just a little piece shes uhh been working on for a few months...looks awesome vicky

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    A little piece of work done on my Mac...
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    Cool!


  6. #6
    lil
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    Thanks for the comments :flower:

    It was nearer 3 evenings with a couple of hours work on each :flower:

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    A little piece of work done on my Mac...
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    Lil, looks great. Very good job.

    I am very good with computers but can't draw to save my life. Keep up the great work.

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    A little piece of work done on my Mac...
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    i like

    my apple is bling *tisk tisk, you shouldn't have any bling.. just nice things*

  9. #9
    lil
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    hehe Thanks :flower:

    I was always into art before computers even got a bite on me, but we're talking when I was ickle, say 3-4 years old and that was when the BBC B Micro was cutting edge and the Amiga 1000 was a supercomputer.... :flower:

    Naturally when I got my first Mac, a IIsi in 1995 I was curious about being able to do artwork on the machines; and that's when me and Photoshop 3 made good friends. (I was lucky, the chap selling the IIsi was moving to Aus for work, and had to make a quick sale, and had literally only just bought PS 3 for it, I got the IIsi for 220 with monitor, keyboard, mouse etc., a bargain in them days considering it had a bit of software!)

    And the rest as they say is history.

    I have created a mechanism to display my works now, you can visit it at:

    http://www.lilserenity.com/portfolio/portfolio.php

    But please note -- I have much work to upload, so it will begin to fill up over time so it may look a little bare right now.

    Vicky

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    A little piece of work done on my Mac...
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    Loving the fiction, so envious of you vocabulary!! Congrats on the graduation, I'm a fellow member of the class of '05! Very much looking forward to seeing some of you photography (my personal hobby).

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    lil
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    Quote Originally Posted by xenon901
    Loving the fiction, so envious of you vocabulary!! Congrats on the graduation, I'm a fellow member of the class of '05! Very much looking forward to seeing some of you photography (my personal hobby).
    Thank you so much :flower: You can see why I love the Mac - it's the only computer for someone creative!

    Do check out the rest of the site (being built bit by bit) at http://www.lilserenity.com - you'll find a few scattered pieces of my photography

    Vicky

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    lil
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    Here we go:

    http://www.lilserenity.com/Photos/PB...Reflection.jpg
    http://www.lilserenity.com/Photos/PB...Reflection.jpg
    http://www.lilserenity.com/Photos/PB...Reflection.jpg
    http://www.lilserenity.com/Photos/PBook_Reflection.jpg
    http://www.lilserenity.com/Photos/PBook_Underneath.jpg

    Quite obvious what they are but I'll save all the other more interesting ones I have of various places in and around Sussex (paragliders, castles, panoramas, woodland etc.) for my website :flower:

    Vicky

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    A little piece of work done on my Mac...
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    ibook G4 12 inch running mac os 10.4 with: 60 gb HD+256 mb ram+Radeon 9200
    wow totally awesome

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