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PHOTO ART: Mini-Challenge #06 - Rowboat

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Old 07-20-2002, 09:15 AM
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mini-challenge 6 Jim's first version

Here is the first of two entries from me. I did both in PhotoImpact 7, however both came out of a rather long process of trying different artistic and other effects as well as layer/object copies of the image overlayed using different merge methods that I can't note exactly what I did for either.
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Old 07-20-2002, 09:17 AM
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mini-challenge 6 Jim's second version

For some reason that I can't pinpoint, I happen to like this version better than the first one I posted.
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Old 07-20-2002, 11:24 AM
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Tom:

Appreciated your kind words. Thanks...

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Jim...

Of the two I prefer #2 also. It's because of the more random-like brush strokes.

If you took #1 for the colors (which I preferred color-wise over #2) and apply the brushiness of #2, I think that combo would really be something.

Ya done good. Keep havin' FUN!

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Of the two I prefer #2 also. It's because of the more random-like brush strokes.

If you took #1 for the colors (which I preferred color-wise over #2) and apply the brushiness of #2, I think that combo would really be something.
Danny, I tried as best I could to do just that. However, I didn't save the settings I used with the brushed effect in the second image and what I have here is the best I could come up with... It is close in style but not exact.
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There you go. My hands down preference of the three, Jim.

Art by collaboration: What a concept!

We're havin' FUN now!
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Wow...I'm humbled (don't tell my wife I used the "H" word, she wouldn't let me hear the end of it)...you guys do some great work !!!

Well, since I'm on my humbled knees already, here's my entry.

Corel Photo Paint 9

1) Opened and copied image...worked on copy
2) Applied filter Texture - Stone
3) Saved image
4) Desaturate image
5) Applied filter Texture - Elephant Skin
6) Applied filter Creative - Frame
7) Restored color to certain areas of image using Clone From Saved, that is equivelent to History Brush in Photoshop
8) Applied Drop Shadow all the way around

It was a lot of fun working on the "Rowboat"...Thanks, Danny.

AH
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Old 07-20-2002, 04:53 PM
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Oh WOW, AH! I like what you did with that picture! Restoring some of the color and the texture, it all works well together!
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Old 07-20-2002, 05:09 PM
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Jim, I know what you mean about #2 I really like that for some reason as well. I think I like the colours (Aussie spelling) and I like the "feel" of the picture. Well done.
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Jim...

I'm with Sanda...the "colours" (love that spelling, can just hear that Aussie accent now !!!) in # 2 are fabulous.

The whole image has an "etheral" look to it.

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I like both ...but the difference in #2 is striking...

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