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Old 04-28-2006, 03:07 PM
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Been searching through some old threads and found this one. The interpritations already on here are amazing, I can see the fascination. Just couldn't leave this "old gadgie" alone.
Janet:- what great images you've captured here. Thanks for the upload, I really enjoyed this last night. (was at it for ages) Hope you like my smudge......John
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Old 08-30-2006, 09:18 AM
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Old thread...new interpretation.

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Just one more on a very nice image.

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Great Steve...lookin good....must have missed this thread when i was inSpain earlier in the year....

Great photo Janet of a man with lots of stories to tell and a great character...sad that our kids wont have as interesting adventures to tell...

Love all that has been done with the phto,,,you talented people...

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Old 08-30-2006, 12:33 PM
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Britsdad, great job smudging. When I first saw it, all I could say was WOW.

Steve, mind sharing the very interesting technique? And do you think the steps could be modified for photoshop?

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Thankyou Janet, it's all down to the original pic you took. I'm trying a few things on the other images now, if I get anything worthwhile (take some doing to live up to the standard in this thread) I'll post it later......John
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Old 08-30-2006, 02:34 PM
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Not sure about this one, but I'll post it anyway. Done with Trimoons watercolour ahb
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John....Just been having another look at this page and i must say your smudge is amazing...really well done... and i like your Trimoon painting too.....one good thing about dark nights and rainy days is more computer painting time....

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Old 08-30-2006, 03:15 PM
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My humble thanks Patricia I must admit though I like it too.
As for the dark and wet nights you're right. (and I've done my knee in, so no work for a few days aswell....shame ).......John
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Oh GOD, these pics are addictive, Here's another ahb watercolour. Tried a black background for a change....John
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Old 08-31-2006, 07:21 AM
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Great photo, Janet.

Impressionist+Smudge+blendings
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(and I've done my knee in, so no work for a few days aswell....shame ).......John
Ahh noooo, not you too. From one gimp to another...here's hoping you return to 100% soon.

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Old 08-31-2006, 02:25 PM
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My technique, as on many of my images, was my Bible method. You know "seek and ye shall find."

There is some Buzz Pro in there someplace, some layering and blending, and maybe some Gertrudis Pro. I tried a lot of stuff to get what I wanted, so can't really tell you the steps. PS would have everything you would need if you have the plugins.

Thanks much for your interest.

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Steve, mind sharing the very interesting technique? And do you think the steps could be modified for photoshop?

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Painter with final touches in Photoshop.
In my rendering he looks younger...
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