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Old 11-29-2007, 01:16 AM
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Re: Horses

Originally Posted by DannyRaphael View Post

Anyway, by reading the HELP topic
That was a strange thing to do, obviously a more advanced technique, I haven't got that far yet in most software
( actually it was the first thing i was told to do when i got a pc by a computer geek friend "read the help files the answer is there ")
painter sounds real complicated to me but i like the results you have gotten.

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Old 11-29-2007, 09:24 AM
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Re: Horses

Yeah... reading HELP is not one of my strong inclinations! More of a last, not first resort.

In some ways Painter is like Photoshop in that there is a lot of underlying not-well-documented functionality that one sometimes stumbles into. Typically it's not difficult to apply the effect; the challenge is understanding all the controls, options, etc.

Experimenting is much of the fun!
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Old 12-01-2007, 05:13 PM
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OK Folks; just can't seem to automate sketch or anything without doing selective erasethroughs, but this one is pretty much all plugins. I started out with GIMP's Edge Detect Neon, Dupped, and then ran GIMPressionist with Graphite_2 preset (defaults) set to darken. I then blended that in and flattened. Then I dupped and ran Xero's Mystifier filter. I amplified the effect (note; did not use ACE as the example but used Xero's Mystifier and amplified that effect), and flattened. I then dupped (three layers) and ran Cybia's Eliminate Black filter and ran GIMPressionist with Furry preset (moded by setting to transparent canvas) and adjusted the opacity of the middle layer to taste. Now I selectively erased around the face of the horse (the only non-filter step; didn't like the frayed edges) and flattened. That's it.
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Old 12-01-2007, 06:08 PM
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...That's it.
Now That's a recipe.

BRAVO to your results and creativity!
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