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Old 05-23-2005, 06:13 PM
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A Paris Mall?

The last time I was in Paris, a few years ago, was the first time that I had ever encountered a street like this. Small shops, overhead glass roof, the whole experience was like stepping back in time-I think!

I am posting the original photograph. The only thing done to it was to auto-everything in PSCS. Then I opened it in Painter IX using the cloner-impressionist tool to attack it. After that I took it back to PSCS where I did some layering with edges, etc. Then back to Painter for texture. Still haven't gotten the hang of very much in Painter, but wow is it ever a great application for folks like me.
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Old 05-23-2005, 08:30 PM
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Gunner, what a wonderful image.
This caught my imagination right from the start.

- Straightened up the verticals and doubled size in PS;
- Oily (mouse ) cloned in Painter;
- Brush strokes emphasized back in PS.

As always 100kB kills the texture , attached a crop and here's a link to full-size (1MB)

Thanks again,

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Old 05-24-2005, 02:47 AM
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Ro that looks great, the link wouldn't take me to the full size version though
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Old 05-24-2005, 07:21 AM
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Ro that looks great, the link wouldn't take me to the full size version though
Oops, sorry about that. I´m still starting to put together a gallery, haven't got the hang of it yet. This link should get you to the gallery, feel free to click around (and pick up some portuguese! ).

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That worked and it was well worth the wait ! You've got some really nice pieces in your gallery Ro.
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Oops, sorry about that. I´m still starting to put together a gallery, haven't got the hang of it yet. This link should get you to the gallery, feel free to click around (and pick up some portuguese! ).

Well done Ro! I went to the gallery and the larger image is so much better I am going to have to do that myself. I have a 13 x 19 inch version that I could manipulate down a bit but still keep fairly large for display.

I never even thought of doing the scene the way you did it. So effective also.

By the way the actual street name is, "Coeur du Commerce".

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Well done Ro! I went to the gallery and the larger image is so much better I am going to have to do that myself. I have a 13 x 19 inch version that I could manipulate down a bit but still keep fairly large for display.

I never even thought of doing the scene the way you did it. So effective also.

By the way the actual street name is, "Coeur du Commerce".

Go here to view my larger version:
http://www.PhotoArtNet.com/CloneParisMall3lrgr.jpg
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