Macro picture to paint
I recently got a digital camera that had macro on it, so asking a few members here how to do macro photography, i took advantage of the beautiful sunshine we had yesterday and took a picture of a pink flowering bush in my sisters garden (no rude giggles please)
Here is the picture
You might have to sharpen it or whatever but have fun!
Process + / -
Ten-minute tool box, including "double size"
Make 2 addicional snapshots - one GBlur 20 and the other GBlur 6
Using "directional" brushes (angle is set to direction - this is what makes the brushes "swoosh" in the right direction) - tools attached
Paint whole canvas with brush 40, using the GBlur 20 as base;
Next layer, brush 20, base GBlur 6, paint in some details;
Next layer, brush 10, base (no blur), paint edges.
Merge all painted layers to a new layer and emboss using Filters>Other>Custom (*). Applied Auto-Levels to embossed layer to increase the effect and blended as Linear Light 100%
(the outline layer is a guide for painting - doesn't affect the final image)
Hope I remembered everything - in doubt, just ask.
* for those that are interested (3x3 matrix: 1,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,-1 - offset 128)
Hi Elle, this was done using painter8, ps7 and impressionist filter. and with a good deal of jugglery! Hope you like it.
Judy, there's only one thing wrong with your painting - the signature is partially hidden. Although we all can easily recognize an original jaykita.
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