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It is, wish I am as skilled at photoshop.

did U try Piranesi?

The guy who did it stated he'd use software which is available on almost every system (Sketchup = free software, Photoshop is not free, but instead of it one can use GIMP which can do all PS does and is free). So no need to invest additional money on new software (Piranesi) and go through new learning procedure. :)

OTOH Piranesi has very steep learning curve and plenty of things you can do there faster than in PS, so it pays off - try it.

OK Ros, I'll take a look. Thanks. Have you any job done in Piranesi to give us a taste of it? Of your project I mean?

Hi George, here are some examples we have done in Piranesi. All of them are rendered in nXt, then adjusted (edges, people, trees, overall look) in Piranesi to look like sketchces...

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Really nice.  If you're willing, put some of these in the Gallery.   Include the message that they we're rendered in nXt and edited in Piranesi.

Ahoj Onro,

Really great work there. All remind me sketches I do by hand using just one marker 0.5mm and 5-6 colour brush-markers on quarrel paper. This one is without colours though :)

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