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Old 11-24-2002, 10:01 PM
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PHOTO ART: Mini-Challenge #55 – Steinhatchee Harbor

Forgive the brevity. I've got the flu. I'll populate this post with the traditional verbiage tomorrow.

Picture by Trimoon (Steve LeQuier).
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Old 11-25-2002, 01:23 AM
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here's my try at this one:
It's kinda a combination of watercolor and sketch techniques (plus some experimenting with the art history brush etc.)

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Old 11-25-2002, 01:41 AM
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here's a second version, this was before I had added the watercolor effect, and I added a curves adjustment.

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Old 11-25-2002, 06:47 AM
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Morning David..

Really like the second one, morning mist appears to be just
clearing.... How do you get those edges, they really set off this
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Old 11-25-2002, 10:59 AM
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David, I like the first one, with the watercolor effect...nice job. I agree with Goldcoin about the edge treatment...perfect touch.

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Old 11-25-2002, 12:39 PM
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Thanks, both of you. the edge just kind of happened the way it did, from the when I was erasing away the white layer to get the brush stroke and misty effect.

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Old 11-25-2002, 02:06 PM
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my votes the first one

I really like the subtle nature of the first one, very well done.
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Old 11-25-2002, 05:22 PM
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Well, David you are "two for two".....

Chuck.... That came out super.... Very defined, great color. Nice.
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Old 11-25-2002, 07:01 PM
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Thumbs down The Big Storm

Nice job David I like the first as well. MIsty is perfect for that shot.

Chuck. I loved the coloration.

Well whenb I saw it I thought of the big storm.

I made Rain in textures.

And rought water in Liquify.

I lassoed the boat flipped it and made a Sail.
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Old 11-26-2002, 01:22 AM
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Chuck, really nice job on the sketch technique. But I think you might want either to saturate it more, or desaturate it completely for a b/w sketch. Right now it's somewhere inbetween and my visual cortex can't decide which way to go with it...makes me nervous.

Phil, clever pseudo-storm look. Very stylized...could catch on in the art world and bring millions.

I too thought that that wide expanse of empty water needed something, so I changed the perspective and stretched it vertically as well, to give it depth so that I could add my daughter and her friends rafting up front. Wheeeeeee....

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Old 11-26-2002, 03:52 AM
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Tidal basin!

Think I'm going senile!
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Old 11-26-2002, 05:41 AM
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Talking

Phyliss, great idea, I had a rafting pic but did not think of it. WAs that a dig, ha ha. I could not figur how to make waves, Oh well.

Frank, I think that makes two of us. The river runs dry.
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Old 11-26-2002, 11:29 AM
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Frank, one word--brilliant!

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Old 11-26-2002, 09:42 PM
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Tried all kinds of things on this one and pretty much didn't like any of them. This one is underpainting on the bottom layer with Find Edges on the top layer.
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Old 11-27-2002, 01:03 PM
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Steinhatchee Harbor

Steinhatchee Harbor
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Old 11-27-2002, 02:49 PM
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Chuck, I can breathe again...haha. I like it now...just right!

Art, well you finally came up with at least one good idea. Looks great outlined like that...a simple treatment for a simple scene.

Frank, shockingly good! Sure are gettin' the mileage outta that tiger!

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Old 11-27-2002, 03:29 PM
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Second time??

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Frank, shockingly good! Sure are gettin' the mileage outta that tiger!

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Thanks Phyllis, I think that's the second time!
I decided to do the picture with a ripped open effect and when I came to put something there, the poor old tiger was the first thing I came across. Honest! I've only been here a few weeks now and I'm already recycling the pictures! Promise I won't use it again!
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Old 11-28-2002, 09:44 PM
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Morning Mist

A little pencil art with water color.
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Old 11-28-2002, 10:01 PM
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Pencil Painting

Different look.
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Old 11-29-2002, 02:40 AM
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Frank, oh please don't stop using the tiger...I love what you do with him. I'd miss him.

Phili, I love what you did with the second one...the new colors wake up the picture, and the shading adds depth...good job!

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Old 11-29-2002, 04:34 PM
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Among the PS7 default actions (within the Textures set) is one called "Pastel Glass Tiles," which yielded some interesting results. This .atn was used to generate two layers (A, C) in this version. (See next post for Layers palette screen shot).

A second action, "djr-Tom Nelson inspired" (which is among the .atns that can be downloaded HERE) was used as the middle (B) layer of this trio.

Layers G, H and I are edges and frames. Framing and edging can be done to suit.
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Old 11-29-2002, 04:35 PM
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The Layers palette snapshot attached...

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Phyllis:

Yours could be a promo for a theme park. Nice blending of the images to make them look matched.
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Phil:

You just keep getting better... marvelous variations.
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Frank:

I'm still waiting for that creativity transplant. Brilliant (as in, ditto what Phyllis said) and awesome. You continue to show all of us how to "break out" of a rut.

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David:

I think we've got you hooked on this photo-art stuff. How's the Photoshop transition going?
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Art:

Nice combination of lines and background. What did you do to get the fine lines?
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Chuck:

Nice of you to give Phyllis a saturated version! I liked both myself.
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Steve (Trimoon):

Thanks again for sharing your picture with us. You inspire us again.

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Old 11-29-2002, 04:54 PM
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Very nice effect Danny, I will have to try it.

Danny, Have you hgad and problems with Photoshop 7. Every once in a while it goes hay wire. I get verticle and horrizontal lines running like a mathmatical program and all of a sudden it stops and everything clears up. I cant figure it out.

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David:

I think we've got you hooked on this photo-art stuff. How's the Photoshop transition going?
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yep, I'm completely and utterly hooked on this stuff!! As for photoshop, now I'm wondering how I ever lived without it I love working with it.

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Frank:

I'm still waiting for that creativity transplant. Brilliant (as in, ditto what Phyllis said) and awesome. You continue to show all of us how to "break out" of a rut.

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~Danny~ [/B][/QUOTE]

Thanks Danny, you're very kind! If I had a brain cell to spare, you'd be welcome to it! I'm in the market for some myself. As I've said previously, I've been doing this for less than a year now and this is a great learning medium for me When I did the book with Jim's? granddaughter, I'd never done a book before, and similarly, this last one with the torn page effect was a first for me. I'd loved to be able to claim that they are all my own inspirations (to live up to your "creativity bit) but really I'm just gleaning (stealing?) ideas from reading other sites, sometimes almost direct copies, other times I do modify them a fair bit. Most of all I'm an avid follower of Rule 4, I think it was 4. Enjoy it!
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Danny, those pastel tiles really give a great look! Thanks for discovering that gem!

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As I tried to do this one without looking at anyone else's efforts, I found it rather difficult to get something that looked like "art". Anyway, this is what I think is the best of my efforts.
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Old 12-01-2002, 02:23 PM
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Al, looks great...the charcoal effect is especially good at bringing out texture in the trees, as well as the ripples in the water.

I tried an oil painting. Used cutout textured with render-lighting, distort-->frosted glass, displace-->stucco, and finally used render-lighting on an overlaid texture from Andromeda Techtures set to soft light. At each step after cutout I mostly erased away the waviness on the boat, dock, and vertical masts etc. so the picture wouldn't lose its form. I added a gray cloudy sky by cloning part of the water and stretching it with transform.

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Old 12-01-2002, 06:27 PM
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Al very nice water effect. looks like it moving.

Phyliss, it looks like oil and you made the water look cold, nice touch.
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Old 12-02-2002, 12:08 PM
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Steinhatchee Harbor

Steinhatchee Harbor
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Hey, thats a really cool manipulation frank! great idea. how did you get the ripples in the water around the hand?

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Having a great time trying my hand on these oldies!

Evening falls

Three layers. The top layer (execpt the sky) opacity 50%, burned adn adjusted levels. The middle layer with a lensflare, th first layer unchanged.
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Herman .....

Utterly amazing in the transformation of day to a beautiful sunset.... very captivating!
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I went on a Virtual Painter kick today and went looking through the old challenges for good candidates. This one worked well.

Bottom to top

A) VP watercolor
B) VP Pointillism—soft light
C) VP Pastel—color
D) VP Oil Painting—Lighten
E) VP Gouache—hue
F) Filter—Stylize—find edges—soft light 50%
K) Soft Sketch layer—Darken
a. Desaturate
b. Duplicate
c. Invert top copy
d. Color Dodge and Gaussian Blur (high 4-8)
e. Merge down and duplicate again
f. Multiply and Gaussian Blur (high 4-8)
G) Original –soft light
H) Pattern fill layer in soft light mode for texture
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Watercolor illustration.

Some Retinex, Mr. Contrast, Impressionist, and Paint Engine play. Oh yes, NIK's free Colorfx warmth filter too.
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i like that 'mist' sort of effect in the foreground. i also find the fade to black and white interesting.

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Used to be a great place to go fishing until they built all the condos along the river.

Anyway here's my stab.

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steve,

an interesting effect. dont need the whole work flow, but some idea of how you achieved this?

also, an interesting choice of flow lines, especially in the water? why the contrasting flow lines there? i like the light blue as it tends to follow the flow of the water, but why the horizontal in the dark blue?

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Old 02-22-2006, 02:53 PM
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Thanks Craig.

A combination thing.....Buzz, Gertrudis, and Impressionist. Used pencil strokes in Impressionist on the top layer and the result is what you see. I just kinda liked the maybe offbeat look.

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an interesting effect. dont need the whole work flow, but some idea of how you achieved this?

also, an interesting choice of flow lines, especially in the water? why the contrasting flow lines there? i like the light blue as it tends to follow the flow of the water, but why the horizontal in the dark blue?

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Old 02-23-2006, 12:47 AM
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fair enough

i also see a bit of van gogh here.

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Old 02-23-2006, 06:51 AM
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Lens blur, tonal ajustment, applied real paper texture.
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Here is a Pointillist version, done in Painter with Seurat brush and details with a fine camel. Added very subtle basic paper.
Took me a while to find a comfort zone in Painter, but now I cannot live without it.
Nice work, everyone. Once again great variations.
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Sometimes I get a nice Van Gogh effect using Gert. Seems to just happen depending on subject matter and stroke combinations.

Am always stumbling on something new when playing with this plugin.

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I have been messing around with different way's to use the cutout filter and here's two of them !

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Hi and thank you for these forums and all the different techniques shared here.

I tried to give this photo an oil painted look using a few different layers smart blurred and with different opacities, and then playing with brushes, art strokes filters and lighting effects filters set to texturize. Some layers were tinted slightly yellow with photopaint's smoked glass filter which adds more blur as well.
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Hi and welcome jaysmummy your first post is good and very interesting, hope to see your work around

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I've really been busy so about all I had time to do was run "Big Picture" action on this.
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I used Gertrudis for this using the following workflow :

1 - Set the saturation slider to 75%
2 - Went over entire image w/large pastel brush
3 - Then went over shoreline w/vincent brush. As I went further into distance I increased the opacity.
4 - Went over boat w/smaller sized vincent brush
5 - Went over boat w/small oil brush w/high opacity to bring out more definition
6 - First half of water I went over w/high opacity medium oil brush
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Old 02-27-2006, 06:44 AM
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Here's my try at this one. Sorry I can't remember all the steps taken to achive this.

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Another one.
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Re: PHOTO ART: Mini-Challenge #55 – Steinhatchee Harbor

It never fails to amaze me, the detail that Lucis can bring out of a picture, I hadn't noticed the big thing in the middle before.

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Re: PHOTO ART: Mini-Challenge #55 – Steinhatchee Harbor

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Me neither! Well done, Peter!
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Re: PHOTO ART: Mini-Challenge #55 – Steinhatchee Harbor

Simple use of PaintShop Pro 8 Salt and Pepper Filter with modest desaturation
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Great versions all around. For mine I used PE after tuning and adjustments.
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