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Old 02-27-2008, 11:33 AM
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Re: Creative Interpretations: Pronghorn antelope

Another great photo Allen!

Palms, ditto what everyone else said!
Did you paint that on some kind of stone texture?
Very inventive!

Here's mine.
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Old 02-27-2008, 02:17 PM
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Another great photo Allen!

Palms, ditto what everyone else said!
Did you paint that on some kind of stone texture?
Very inventive!

Here's mine.
Thank you Jordan I did use a stone texture but over the top, then faded it over the antelopes a bit

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Old 02-27-2008, 03:19 PM
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Palms thats not a cat, but it is good.

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Palms thats not a cat, but it is good.

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Yours isn't that bad either Peter in fact i like it a lot

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Re: Creative Interpretations: Pronghorn antelope

Wow, great stuff!!

Everyone has fine renditions.

DannyRaphael, your work with impressionist never ceases to amaze me.

Kraellin, the simplicity in just adding a frame is very nice.

PeterS, your cool, cool colors make for a cool, cool rendition.

and Palms1, Love it!! How did you achieve it.


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Old 03-02-2008, 04:19 AM
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and Palms1, Love it!! How did you achieve it.


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thank you Alan

What i did was to use a ahb texture brush all over the image then used the history brush at about 50% on a seperate layer so that i could edit it if needed to, then used the dodge and burn tools to emphasis some bits
and finished with a texutre on top and probably set it to hard light ( not too sure on that one)

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Re: Creative Interpretations: Pronghorn antelope

thank you, alan

yes, sometimes a frame is all you need, though i agree, some very nice renditions here
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Re: Creative Interpretations: Pronghorn antelope

Plenty of nice work...my interpretation uses the impressionist plugin.
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I had to take one more crack at this nice image. It also is used the impressionist plugin. Alan
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Re: Creative Interpretations: Pronghorn antelope

Alan- simply fabulous as always, I think you are a magician with Impressionist.

Do you add colors to the photo before you run impressionist, or are you somehow bringing those nice colors out by using impressionist? I hope that makes sense
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