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cluttergirl Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I have seen MANY galleries on DA...and yours is at the top of "mind blowing" category. Also, that table above. Where did you get that stock? 
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FrozenStarRo Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
I am humbled by your comment, thank you for the kind words :thanks:
 Which table are you refering to though? Could you give me a direct link or title of the work? the comment appeared in my gallery featured folder
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cluttergirl Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The "Making of...coffee." She is sitting at a beautiful desk which is so polished and shiny. I was looking for a desk just like that; however, I found another not nearly as beautiful. One question...how do you find your stock for your creations? If I search for a specific image, I will get mostly nonsense I do not want. Thank you for your time. Your PM skills are off the charts!
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FrozenStarRo Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
The table came with the library background, I just photoshoped the model and desk clutter onto it. I originally bought it on PhotoXpress before it got bought up by Fotolia, but luckily I was able to trace it through its original ID number. Here it is eu.fotolia.com/id/4593270

As for stock, it's usually the very stock that inspires me. In this case it was the model stock that made me think of doing something like a steampunk workshop with her tinkering at a desk. I believe I just did a generic search for 'steampunk' and that was one of the results. I do probably spend an unhealthy amount of time scouring for that perfect stock sometimes, especially when I need a particular item to match a client's needs for commissions.

For my personal use I keep neatly organized Lightboxes on both Fotolia and Shutterstock (separate collections for models, backgrounds, objects, etc) and I save stock I find 'inspiring' in there that I later go back to buy for use, as was the with the model in my latest work.
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cluttergirl Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That was so sweet to let me in on your thoughts of inspiration, etc. Also, I will have to look into your idea of keeping organized as my system is a bit dysfunctional at the moment. Your adjustment layers, lighting, images and placement is perfection. I have SO much to learn with photomanipulation. Do you use a tablet (Wacom or iPad) as well? Thanks for your time Hug 
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FrozenStarRo Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2017  Professional Digital Artist
I do use a Tablet sometimes, I have a Wacom Intuos 4 medium I got as a Holiday contest prize maybe 6-7 years ago at Renderosity. The pen and tablet is mostly for painting details and getting light to look more natural once I've put all the canvas together, but I predominantly work with my mouse. It's how I first learned Photoshop and I just find it flows a bit easier for me for things like extraction, blending and positioning to this day.
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AnnMLoveArt Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2016   Digital Artist
Hi Andrea, Youhave an awesome gallery, full of wonderful creations! Love it! :)
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FrozenStarRo Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
thank you Ana :rose:
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AnnMLoveArt Featured By Owner Nov 22, 2016   Digital Artist
You´re welcome :)
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alphadevilll Featured By Owner Nov 20, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Fantastic Gallery :)
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