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  1. This is reproduction of an original paper cut diorama by Václav Bícha http://strictlypaper.com/blog/2016/07/whimsical-layered-paper-cut-animal-illustrations-by-vaclav-bicha/ It's not perfect but it's a first draft. Happy to accept recommendations of a better way to achieve this look? How would you go about it? Is that different to how I've gone about it? Maybe it would be better for me to group the objects into different depths, each with a different z-order and drop shadow? attachment: Paper Cut Sloth Diorama.afdesign
  2. Hello all I just posted a freebie brush download, Fabriano 3b, a posterised derivative of a brush from my new set. I really liked using it and would love to know whether you download it and how you use it. Thanks for looking. Sav
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