Oh, thanks, again...but you know...this is actually closer to the work I normally do, usually with acrylics...that, and the wildlife pictures...Thank you. and thanks for faving both of them. I really do appreciate your comments and support.
mine currently likes to blur a quarter of each scan. Since I use a lot of Gesso in my work it also tends to pick up the hot white areas.
I need to invest in a moderately priced one. I've heard decent things about HP flatbed scanners. mine is a canon. any picture over 8x10 needs 4 or more scans to get the full image If you look at say the last 5/6 uploads of mine, they are all terrible scans. Unfortunately I can't wait to show people my work so..
Do you adjust for that in photoshop? I use photoshop to adjust colors and brightness on my reference photos, when I'm doing animals up close, like owls, which is easy, as I just download from my camera.
In all honesty, I didn't notice. I was taking in the gorgeous scenes. Do you plan on having a show sometime?