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Old 2015-03-02, 5:15pm
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Awww, thanks, I personally used this type of technique on many applications and raking is just needed in so many things. I hope you feel the instructions were adequate, since my studio is for now packed up, I can't take unfortunately pictures to accompany the text.
Good luck, share us what you get
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Old 2015-03-02, 5:18pm
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Just to add, I think the intense black was what gave the whispy edges on the feathers... especially with ivory it reacts and the black "runs" a bit. Not totally sure anymore on this, but that would be the first black color I would try.
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Old 2015-03-15, 4:43pm
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Wow! Thank you so much for sharing.
Beautiful
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