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Cezanne Lunch
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cazubi



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Registered: February 2005
Location: Los Angeles area
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Opened a Cezanne picture. Opened challenge file, used the match color adjustment to make make colors similar. Cut and pasted some elements into the challenge file. Blended and cloned to blend. Opened file in Corel Painter and did some brush work. Went back to Photoshop and added some some texture, and also did some dodge and burn, and levels.

Cathy
Date: 2/25/2005 Views: 8383 Filesize: 58.4kb, 194.9kb Dimensions: 1067 x 800
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Janet Petty

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Registered: January 2004
Location: Mid-South
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2/26/2005 12:09pm

Interesting interpretation. It is free flowing yet still sharp enough to make a statement and hold interest. I like how it turned out, especially the background.

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lkroll

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Registered: January 2005
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2/26/2005 3:07pm

Very nicely done Cathy. Really does look like a painting.

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Lyle
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ogee
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Registered: January 2005
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3/17/2005 4:14pm

I particlarily like your treatment of the hamburger...I found that trying to make the image look like a Cezanne was very difficult, especially trying to replicate his brush work. I also like the way you changed the perspective.
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Neve

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Registered: July 2004
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3/27/2005 8:42pm

Painterly for certain - good job!

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gholmes1936

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Registered: March 2005
Location: Austin, Tx USA
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4/29/2005 1:00pm

Astounding job! Absolutely love it. I saw it once before and have been trying to back track for three days and finally ofund it again. Have it bookmarked this time.

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Gunner Holmes (B52 Tail)
PhotoShop CS5, Corel Painter ll, Corel Painter Essentials 4, AutoPainter Express, FX Studio Pro, Pixelmator, Adobe Photoshop Elements 9, Photomatix Pro, Filter Forge, Akvis, plus a bunch of plug-ins.
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Marthig

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Registered: April 2005
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5/21/2005 9:14am

Excellent rendering Cathy ! The background, the cloth underneath the tray, as well as the perspective are just the thing that I am sure Cezanne would have added. I love this work ! Congratulations.

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cazubi

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5/21/2005 4:15pm

Thanks everyone. I loved painting this one.

Cathy
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Indigo
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1/8/2009 1:58pm

Particularly like the way you painted the background.
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