Hi Richard, thought i'd join in your discussion with an related example. I also feel using this method results in a not that big number of possible solutions and as you stated you could end up with an already made solution.
So it's true, not the most "creative" method but also when used properly and unforced, the solutions created by compounding can result in good visuals.
11 months ago
Nice idea and thanks for jumping in with your thoughts.
I think if you add a smaller stroke between the handle and sweet that would send it a little further in the magnifying glass direction.
both are great
@Rich Baird yea you are right, that would help a lot, cheers! anyway this was just for the sake of the play :) ; Thanks @Tomas Vateha ;
looks great! :)
really interesting mark
so simple and nice.
Thanks @krishnachaitanya ,@John Provencher , @Victor Setyono , @Robert Bree for the nice words
10 months ago
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