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drawn in 2 hours 59 min with Lascaux Sketch
Showcase entry!
DeadlyBlondeArcher (Jan 20, 2004)
From an old photograph - oncoming dust storm of the Dust Bowl
DeadlyBlondeArcher (Jan 20, 2004)
drawn in 2 hours 59 min
staci (edited Jan 21, 2004)
good deep feeling to this. did you use layers?

Edit: I agree with the below..once you can utilize all the tools you will rock sox. LOL
DeadlyBlondeArcher (Jan 21, 2004)
Thanks Icats. No, I'm not sure how to make the layer tool work. (Wish I did) Just good old perspective rules.
thug (Jan 21, 2004)
I think this kicks seroius a$$
strangeoid (Jan 21, 2004)
*GASP* You did this all onone layer?!! Gees louise! The layer tool is extremely helpful if you ever figure it out. I suggest you just mess around with buttons until you figure out how to use it. Your art rocks hard now, it'll blow socks off if you figure out how to really take advantage of the applet.
DeadlyBlondeArcher (Jan 21, 2004)
OMG! I went to my gallery and just noticed this said showcase entry - somebody mustve made a mistake!! (But thank you :)
concannon (Jan 21, 2004)
>> Pst. You're welcome.
Axil62 (Jan 21, 2004)
Congrats to you too DBA! :o)
thug (Jan 22, 2004)
SHOWCASE!!!!! You desirve the honor.
Look (Jan 25, 2004)
That's simply awesome! It looks like an old photo. Nice color!
Darknightstar (Jan 29, 2004)
That is truly a work of looks good...what do you use?...mouse?....walcum tablet.....Either way, it looks fantastic.
DeadlyBlondeArcher (Jan 30, 2004)
It's a Wacom tablet, Darknight, and thank you.
Enishi (Jan 30, 2004)
Very beautiful pictures, like the style in this, looks real good, 50% looks real :D
Miss_DJ (Oct 20, 2005)
another fine piece Cindy! man you make it look easy...sigh...
shining_star_sam (Jan 29, 2007)
Nice one Cindy. (p.s. thanks for your comment, I consider you 2draw GOD lol)
backmagicwoman (Sep 8, 2009)
This is nice...reminds me of Road To Perdition.
dorothyblueeyes (Sep 11, 2009)
i tried to figure out Lascaux,and I think you have to study the tutorial; it's just not made to be used without figuring out the engineering; thanks,software guys,for once again making stuff too complicated for us dummies to use,without learning the manual, and going to enginnering college; but I just got a wacom bamboo,after years of using a touchpad,and it's like night and day,I can;t stop drawing,and I'm seriously going to research if small time local greeting card companies ever succeed,cause I can cartoon in my neck of the woods,stuff people in my state want to know,"local sells better"in some ways.--if you learn how to peddle it,small time,on a shoestring,for your area.
Flubbles (edited Sep 11, 2009)
I drew this the first time i ever used lascaux, im far from a computer genius either.Link
staci (Sep 11, 2009)
what flubbles said.
for every piece ive done in lascaux i've used about 4 tools total. all about practice.
marcello (Sep 11, 2009)
some people are just a bit slow. not fault of their own. Lascaux Sketch isn't the easiest to just "figure out" but it's not complicated after you do.
paintbrush63 (Dec 10, 2009)
davincipoppalag (13 days ago)
Cindy car
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