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Tutorial: Chalk using Painter, Impressionist and Photocopy

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Old 04-19-2005, 04:48 PM
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Tutorial: Chalk using Painter, Impressionist and Photocopy

This is a variation of a similar method I posted recently. Painter 8 and Phothshop 7 were used, along with the Microsoft Impressionist plugin.

On this one I used a Photocopy layer rendered in Photoshop for some additional edge definition.

Note: The Impressionist layer (near the bottom) has blend mode = Screen and Opacity = 70%. This was so some of the detail from the Background would show through.

I believe (hope) the Layers Palette snapshot will make sense, but don't hesitate to ask if you have questions.

~Danny~
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