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The Path


I worked more on it tonight and got further along.

I may touch up the rocks yet, but the only piece missing is the girls. They're for tomorrow.

ETC: The problem with the gravel path, I decided, is that the white stood out too much. I liked the more distant section of the path because it blended better, so I worked on that and got this:

I'm good with that, although I think it's funny that I stuck to the bluish shadows as opposed to the actual gray in the picture. Blue is nicer...

And a test of the words:

On to the kids!

MORE ETC: I'm told that red, as the color for the words, is a poor choice. I'll play with that. How about "pale yellow?"


Read the whole story of "Friends Hold Hands"
by Brett Rogers, 7/29/2006 1:46:54 AM


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