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Old 12-08-2009, 10:49 PM   #1
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Default Progression pics of a scrollsawed portrait - the video

Hey fellow scrollers, here's my latest piece, with a bunch of progression pictures.

Enjoy!

Here's the video compilation:

YouTube - Progression Pictures of a scrollsawed portrait
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Wow. I have enjoyed looked at your works for a long time now! It seems so very time consuming and you have such talent!
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Very artistic. I really like the coloring. Great progression of pictures, really gives you an idea of all the work that goes into making something like that.
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I enjoyed that - thanks.
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That's incredible. I wish I could draw like that.

Beautiful job. I'm in awe!
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That's incredible. I wish I could draw like that.

Beautiful job. I'm in awe!
Thanks for the comments.

Qball, you could try getting an old school projector, and try that out for enlarging a picture, then just drawing out the lines that you see, making sure they are all connected.

There's also a good imaging program called Irfanview which allows you to posterize your pictures, using multiple sheets of paper. The program is free, give it a shot.

Cheers!

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That is so cool Dave.
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Excellent presentation, enjoyed the video. Sweeeeet project. Thanks for posting.
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Really liked the choice of music as well. Very well done presentation. Modern technology go figure.
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Really liked the choice of music as well. Very well done presentation. Modern technology go figure.
Unfortunately, Sony music didn't like my choice of music. They've banned the video in some countries because of it. I thought I'd be okay if I gave them credit, but next time, I'll use some of my own music.

It's from a great movie, called Once. They used musicians, and turned them into actors for the film, rather than getting actors and teaching them how to lipsynch.
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