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Uploaded: 06/14/10 5:26 PM GMT
Arabian Stallion 2
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I did a little editing to bring out the contrast. Tell me what you think and thanks for any comments.

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::tigger3
06/14/10 10:07 PM GMT
Yes much better, I like the first one, but this shows up so much more. ♥:)sandi♥ =^..^=

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::Roseman_Stan
06/14/10 11:17 PM GMT
I like them both. This one did indeed bring out the contrast of this beauty of this strong stallion.

Stan
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::luckyshot
06/15/10 2:20 AM GMT
Kayley - I like the drawing and your post-photo work in this posting. Thad
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::Dunstickin
06/15/10 7:04 AM GMT
Very professionally done Kayley

This is so easy on the eye...well done!..
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.Digital_Angel
06/18/10 3:07 PM GMT
The drawing looks great, but I think you may have over-contrasted the image (I can't be sure without seeing the original).

When scanning an image like this (and I've scanned drawings and been annoyed with the scanner), first lower the gamma (this is different from brightness) in the image and then up the contrast slightly. Make sure you don't overdo it, though; over-processing an image can ruin the small details and subtle gradations of value, making it look blown out.

A great, simple editor I love to use for simple editing is IrfanView. This allows you to do some more advanced editing than a program like Window's built in image software.
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.Tochi
06/19/10 1:04 PM GMT
wow it's great drawing ...i love it so much& the details too
keep it up.. GOOD LUCK...^^
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.avedeloff
06/22/10 2:33 PM GMT
What an amazing drawing. You did a great job with the details.
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.Moongirl7691
06/22/10 3:31 PM GMT
what an amazing drawing, like the dust around the horses legs, thanks for sharing
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.raquel10
07/05/10 1:40 AM GMT
Fantastic job.
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.LANJOCKEY
07/16/10 7:53 PM GMT
Hello Kayley....I have to say this is excellent work....You have in your drawing displayed the beauty,energy and movement of the horse....I like this very much....Well done....All the very best to you Kayley...............................Mick.
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.rotcivski
07/20/10 1:36 PM GMT
Beautiful. Great job.

Vic
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.Ollivander
01/20/12 1:14 AM GMT
Stunning!
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