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Old 09-13-2008, 07:04 PM
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Re: In return for Ocho :-)

Thanks to all for the play so far...

@ Danny, you sure are the master of impressionist...beautifully done.
@ OlBaldy, nice colors and you somewhat impressed that cats are not that trustworthy to someone they don't know. He looks sort of meaner that he sometimes is :-)
@ Lyle, like both of them, but the 2nd one is soo glowy, very cool...
@ Swampy, wonderful soft look, wish I could get a hang of that pst...(Have to check your tuts again...lovely
@ Peter, lovely how you tickled out the texture
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Old 09-13-2008, 09:14 PM
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Re: In return for Ocho :-)

Amica, you gave us very cute picture of your cat I didn’t have time to produce anything earlier. Here is my try. I was messing around with different techniques, trying brushes and other tools. Finally it came to this.
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What the hey; some more play.
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Old 09-14-2008, 06:36 AM
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Christine, I like the smudge a lot, but find the texture mix and the white spot a little distracting.

Lyle, I sure envy you for that look, love that
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Old 09-14-2008, 11:27 AM
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Thanks Amica, yes I know, that white spot…my Photoshop showed me and error and I lost all the layers and then was to late to correct it , and honestly I don’t like the texture mix at all. But like I said, it was late and no time to do it all over again
Great submissions by everyone, cats are very graceful don’t you think?
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Wonderful picture, Amica!

Sketch with color wash. PST using my watercolor brush.

After painting I added a layer on top and painted back a little more color in nose, mouth and eyes and added catch lights.
Hey Swampy, I am having another senior moment among many senior moments. Please tell me again what PST stands for? I have spent an hour trying to find out using search engines so that I wouldn't have to ask herein. Maybe there should be a glossary located here, hmm I didn't think to look and see if there is one already.
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Old 09-14-2008, 02:17 PM
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Thanks Amica. Just another fake smudge followed by ImpressionFX's filter Paper preset (well, I did do some ACE enhancements prior to all the above).
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Old 09-14-2008, 02:44 PM
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Gunner... PST... pattern stamp tool. It works kind of like the clone tool except you save an entire layer as a pattern then the PST becomes like a clone tool on steroids. The pattern is loaded into the PST brush and everywhere you paint, the PST applies the saved pattern to the corresponding area of your paint layer (when "aligned" is turned on for the PST).

See my tutorial... LOL
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Here's a Painter pens and pastel(for the colors) version of this great looking kitty cat. MargaretM


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http://www.pbase.com/margaretm/image/103143787
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Margaret, that is a real nice one as well..and has a sweet title :-)
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