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Old 08-21-2009, 10:37 PM
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Newbie Texas Food Trailer

I took this early this summer on South Lamar Blvd. here in Austin, Tx. There are a bunch of this type of "eatery" spread around town. I like this one cause it's red. So sue me. I have enclosed the original un-retouched and then one of my renditions.

My rendition was tweaked in PS CS4 and then modified mainly using a watercolor texture overlay, and some other tweaks.
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Old 08-22-2009, 03:02 AM
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Re: Texas Food Trailer

Fotosketcher after a little pre-processing (attached that too).
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Old 08-22-2009, 07:39 AM
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Re: Texas Food Trailer

Gunner, interesting pic. I bet the food from these places is pretty good.

Lyle, this is quite a conservative departure from those different and unique abstracts you do that I really like. Hope you are feeling OK

Here's my go with an Oil effect and a Pencil with some color.
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Old 08-22-2009, 08:04 AM
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Re: Texas Food Trailer

Great photo Gunner

here's my interpretation

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Old 08-22-2009, 09:35 AM
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Jeez, I love you all. So much talent and so much to learn from all the variations you give so freely. Thanks a whole lot more than a dollar gets one these daze.
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Old 08-22-2009, 04:29 PM
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Re: Texas Food Trailer

Very nice pic, Gunner and lovely renditions so far.
Mine is mainly AHB on a simplyfied bg and a touch of frac Hope you like
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Old 08-22-2009, 04:44 PM
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OK Skip; hope you like the Lite-Brite version. lol

P.S.; you are responsible for making me feed my current binge. lol

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OK Lyle, now you are back in business.

Hope I can live up to my responsibility. lol
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Re: Texas Food Trailer

Man, did that picture make me hungry. <grin>

And curious, as I wonder what a 'Chicago hot dog' is like, or what is 'Italian beef'? <smile>

Ran a Line Art script I created in Paintshop Pro v9 based on Swampy's tutorial with some added touches suggested by a few participants in the Corel Paintshop Pro Photography forum.

Great image to play with. Thanks for sharing, Gunner
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What a great bunch of renditions. Oh, by the way the hot dogs that are made with a more sausage like mix are ab-fab to borrow from our English friends. The area to the rear of this property becomes a cliff and inside the cliff are some of those long very narrow caves that go for miles . A couple of years ago a gal got stuck in there. and it took two days to get her out. she was ready to go back the following week. After several thousand dollars of tax payers money spent extricating her. One of those places that sometimes you have to barely squeeze your body thru. Uff-da, not for this guy. Give me Carlsbad, with the elevators and snack stand inside.
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