Count Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy by MartiniquePL ()
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This is my first "pastel" made by electronic medium - Rebelle software and Wacom Intuos pen. To be honest I feel surprised how easily Rebelle pretends real crayon.
I hope Great Writer will not feel offend by this humble trial.
Image Comments (7)
contedesfees () 8:21AM | Mon, 06 March 2017
Very impressive. Of course, there's no substitute for talent and application (seen in abundance here), but, considering its price, Rebelle appears to be especially potent software!
Thank You for Your comment. Yes, I agree with You and Rebelle are very intuitive and natural tool for me. To be honest watercolour makes for me the same problems like its real equivalent . However in this case I cannot agree with "white colour" - it is much easier than pure water in the cup. Cheers
pygfaust () 9:32AM | Mon, 06 March 2017
It definitely looks like real crayon! ... and like real Count Tolstoy! :-)