Monday, January 11, 2010

Thank you all!



Thank you all for your input! I have corrected the sphere, I think so anyway, no contacts today.
A special thanks to Shirley NgBenitez, for your help with this and with my website when I was updating it. Your help was invaluable and I really appreciate it. Also to Krista Hamrick and Susan Mordigal and everyone else who commented, you are all very kind.

8 comments:

  1. Karen, looks amazing! The original really looked good, but when you compare to this one, it did make a difference - great! Thanks for the info about the book, got both your comments on my site - I didn't realize it was a series, so I'll have to start at the beginning. I listen to audio books a lot while working and doing menial household tasks - helps me keep lots of books going at once! Thanks for the offer for a tutorial. I actually just got PS a week ago and have been playing around with it, don't think I'll ever go 100% digital, but I'm never saying never - I'll let you know when I'm ready, sounds great! Also to you, Krista and anyone else out there around "our age"...I got the strangest prescription for contacts almost a year ago. They're called "mono-vision". A few people out there have this naturally, but it's where one eye sees distance and the other close-up. I was extremely doubtful at first, but I was able to do a trial for free and if it didn't work out, was going to do something else. I was amazed it works beautifully, you're brain fuses together the two visions, so it's like having perfect vision for each! So when you're ready for a new contacts script ask your eye doc, it's worth a try! I still mostly use my glasses while working, but the mono-vision is the best I've had so far...

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  2. you are always so helpful, thank you!

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  3. that sphere looks a million times better than the last piece. Great job, what an interesting illustration!

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  4. nicee rowks you have thanks to comment on my blog

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  5. Hey Karen! I relly liked the first illustration with the warped sphere. I thought it was morphing into something... but now seeing the revised.... I love this one. The girls were right! Very great piece! Suitable for a portfolio addition.

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  6. It is so kind of you to mention me, Karen, you are so generous. I'm always happy to comment..I think the orb looks fantastic here! This is a wonderful piece for your portfolio of work!

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  7. Well, it does make a difference! I liked the original one because it was quirky. I like this one better because it realates better compositionally, eg mirrors the "Mystics" face and forehead better and adds a nice stable balance.

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