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Creative Interpretations: Pronghorn antelope

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Old 03-03-2008, 09:15 PM
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Re: Creative Interpretations: Pronghorn antelope

Jordan, thanks for your very generous comments. I generally use the following to alter an image's color palette: 1) match color, 2) gradients, and 3) hue/saturation adjustment layers. I used 2 or possibly 3 layers of the latter for the antelope images. In this regard, the hue adjustment provided a new color which was then painted onto the image using a "hide all mask" (that is filling the layer's white mask with black). There are probably better ways to create a new color palette, but these seem to work for me. Hope this helps. Alan
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Thanks for the tips Alan!!
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Re: Creative Interpretations: Pronghorn antelope

excellent, alan. i like em both, though the first a bit more. great strokes
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Wow Alan. I really like the strokes. What Impressionist preset are you using?
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Old 03-04-2008, 08:59 AM
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Re: Creative Interpretations: Pronghorn antelope

Craig and lkroll, thank you for your comments. Most of the styles I use are custom or standard styles that I have modified. These are usually painted onto the image using masks. One of the styles I used on the antelope images is called ac bold and is attached in a zip file. Alan
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