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Old 02-19-2014, 04:12 PM   #1
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Decided to attempt a photo conversion,of an Owl in the woods next to my shop.
scrolled out a bi-level layout ,now the quandry .How to proceed ,Wood burning , painting ,add another layer to the owl to inhance his shape first ,adding a third layer to the back ground ,adding a greenish yellow blurred back ground with,additional sapplings cut into the painted back ground layer ,so many options ,aI thought I would post and get some input about these and other options you may see ! Thanks !
I got antsy ,and went ahead and raised owl 1/4 " ,all layers 1/4" luwan .
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Old 02-19-2014, 07:37 PM   #2
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Looking good so far, but I don't have an answer.
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Looks good, I'd try the wood burning.
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Option Roughed in!
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Don't mess with success. Put a finish on it, maybe stain some of the tree trunks for effect.
Very impressive piece of work!
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Rolf, I'm getting closer ,Decided ,painting would be best on ply wood ,So I got it roughed in ,and now scrutinizing colors and details before I proceed to glue up finish and framing ,
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Option Two ,sneeking up on the possibilities ,so many options ,so many choices
Interesting process !
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Another tweek ,I think I let cool down and start on the frame .
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First option ,playing around!
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The uncertainity of mixed media ,may want to darken outer vine background?
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