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using the cut and slice tool,
have i gone too far
Not too far. Very interesting processing. She looks mercurial (literally made of mercury).
Gea work,well done,
the cut on her back just appeared
so i decided to add some blood.
and her fingers disappeared the same way
the bottom legs i shrunk and pulled inwards
you dont know what will appear until its finished,
i am sure with practise i will be able to predict,
but just for now its a lovely game.
I would say that perhaps you've gone a bit too far with V2, but V1 is exciting, a lovely flow, and Walter's "mercurial" suits it well, almost like Terminator2. Or perhaps it depicts what happens to a lady inside a magician's box when he saws her into pieces? I wondered what the little bit of red was, now I know it's blood, but it grabs my eye, and I don't think it's necessary. You do have fun with your manipulations and it must be intriguing to see what develops.
V2 is a bit o.t.t. for me, but v1 is beautiful, and it looks intriguing.
I like both versions.Interesting work.
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