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Old 11-11-2011, 02:42 PM
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Thanks for the picture! I tone mapped it in Photomatix and then used a variety of clone brushes in Painter12. - Pat
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Pat - interesting method(s) ! Made a soft background for the car.

I used a variety of Topaz strategies plus masks
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Old 11-12-2011, 01:42 AM
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Great picture to work with!

Large version HERE
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Old 11-12-2011, 04:13 AM
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Pat - interesting method(s) ! Made a soft background for the car.

I used a variety of Topaz strategies plus masks
Thank you! I'm just learning painter and figuring out the brushes. I used the soft clone brush first, then a layer with the fine spray clone brush and finally the car on the top layer with the wet oil clone brush.

I like the springtime feel of your picture.
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Thank you! I'm just learning painter and figuring out the brushes. I used the soft clone brush first, then a layer with the fine spray clone brush and finally the car on the top layer with the wet oil clone brush.

I like the springtime feel of your picture.
It's a great image to work with, and I wish you success at learning painter. I just play with Photoshop, but lack the drive and talent to do real digital art. Hope you find Painter to be a way to use your creativity!
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