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Legolas in colour by kln1671 Legolas in colour by kln1671
Legolas Thranduilion (my version, anyway) in colour.


(Reference: "The Two Towers" movie edition book cover)
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kln1671 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
LOL! I don't know, PSP looks like it can do a lot. Have you seen 's work? I think she uses PSP and her stuff is amazing!
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dracori Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2005
Wow! So pretty! What coloring program do you use?
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kln1671 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks, Jesse! I used Photoshop. :-)
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dracori Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2005
I've noticed that just about everyone uses photoshop. I use PSP9. Even though both programs have a lot of similar features it seems to me that PS makes for better artwork. How much does the latest version cost?
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kln1671 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
PSP is PaintShop Pro, right? I have been wondering how that is to work with; it sounds like a cool program.
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dracori Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2005
Yeah. It's a pretty cool program but I never see anyone do excellent artwork with the program. It's always PS. And it's starting to drive me crazy. But it is a cool program.
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kln1671 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
LOL! I don't know, PSP looks like it can do a lot. Have you seen 's work? (She does mostly Tolkien, but there are a few HPs mingled in there.) I think she uses PSP and her stuff is amazing!
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dracori Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2005
Yeah, I just checked her work. But she says she does most of that with watercolor and photoshop. But she did mention Painter once or twice. I've heard of that program but I don't know if it's better or worse than PSP or if it's the same thing.
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kln1671 Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2005  Hobbyist General Artist
bleh! It is outrageous if you are buying it from scratch -- new, I think it runs something like $800. An update costs $160 or so. I swiped my copy from work, could never have afforded it otherwise. I think you can go to the Adobe site and download a free trial version though -- 30 days worth, I think it is.
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dracori Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2005
Good lord.....I could never afford that. $800 just for some software? Geez. And I thought PSP cost a lot. I guess I'm gonna have to stick to crappy artwork...
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