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Impressionist plugin: Examples using your own pictures

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Old 12-08-2005, 03:30 PM
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Hi Palms,

Thanks for the link i have already got them...they are good...i think...i didnt get your mail as i am not the only Patricia here so you need to put the full title...sorry...

Flaming pear do lots of free plugins heres the link...www.flamingpear.com

Think they are worth a try...do you want me to tell you what i have then we can compare????

Worked in Brum in the late 60 s, bet its changed a lot since then...

Kind regards Patricia Kay
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Old 12-08-2005, 03:37 PM
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Hi PatriciaKay (whoops) yes let me know what you have got then we can compare ( probably better to do it through the pm system so as not to hijack the thread to much ! ! ! ! ! ! )
And boy has Birmingham changed I have lived here all my life and i don't know the city anymore especially the Bullring area, but hey that's progress so they say ! ! !

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Old 12-08-2005, 03:44 PM
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Hi Palms...will PM to you tomorrow as its time to hit the sack..

Goodnight....Patricia Kay
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Old 12-24-2005, 02:55 AM
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Hi,
Thought it time to send to this impressionist thread as its such a good one and i fear my chatting with palms had stopped it.....sorry....

Here is my photo of a rose..

i used chunky strokes
brush at 42percent
coverage 62percent
heaviness 100 percent
plus i sharpened in photo shop

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ONE AND ALL!!!!

Patricia Kay
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Old 12-28-2005, 09:12 AM
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Impressionist Garden

This is a photo I took of the botanical gardens in our area in Florida. First increased the saturation.Did PS ink outlines,blended as color dodge and 59% opacity. Then, on initial image used impressionist pointilist small daubs and moved layer above the ink layer. Added a mask and painted back the "inked" details of the grass. Then finished with a impressionist water color spatter, faded quite a bit. This is the first time I've used impressionist and certainly enjoyed playing with it.
MargaretM
PS - I am really excited about my new setup. I now have two monitors and love this. Keep the original picture on one and the "work in progress" on the other. I highly recommend this!
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Last edited by MargaretM; 12-28-2005 at 09:16 AM. Reason: PS
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Old 12-28-2005, 01:21 PM
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Wish I'd seen this thread before - it's a treasure trove.
I took this photo of my younger daughter a looong time ago (she's 19 now ). A while back I colorized it just for laughs. Thought I'd try to "impressionize" it.

Cat's favs watercolor soft & loose
General: brush 100, coverage 100, pressure 147
Brush: fing1a (set to family); smudge 2; pressure 147
Size: #:4; min 4%, max 12%, way more small
Color H2, S4, B3
I used a paper texture, forget exactly which one
I duplicated the Impressionist layer, gauss blurred it, set opacity to 65, hard light.
Photoshop find edges, blurred a bit
That's about it, I think

dc
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Old 12-29-2005, 12:10 PM
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Here's another picture of the botanical gardens. For the most part I did the same thing as with the first.
Love yours DK - she is a cutie.
MargaretM
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Old 12-29-2005, 12:28 PM
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Steve Conway, I like your rendition of Cedar Key and The Grand Canyon with Impressionist Filter.

Do you remember how to did them ? They look quite painterly.
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Old 12-29-2005, 02:55 PM
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Here's another picture of the botanical gardens. For the most part I did the same thing as with the first.
Love yours DK - she is a cutie.
MargaretM
Thanks, MargaretM. She's quite a person these days, well on her way to running the world, I think. (She has your name, btw, but goes by Maggie.)

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Suzy

Straight application of my Van Gogh Impressionist preset. Check this link for additional info and the preset.

This is a picture of my sister's dog Suzy by the way.
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