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Gretchin G

This is sooo wonderful! Thank you for sharing! I never knew about the gamma adjustment, which will be so helpful! I've been using Adobe Illustrator to create vector versions of the artwork. It's great for drawings that are *really* dark and clean, but ones that have any variation can get messy, and shapes sometimes drop out.

Thanks again!!
Gretchin, over at YourMomIsStrange.com

Debbie Swanson

This was VERY generous off you to share with your fans. Such is the family of Tanglers.
This freedom & generosity will only bring more positive things to your life. Live unleashed!
Ps..gors without saying, but I love your work!

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