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creative interpretations - something for everyone

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Old 06-28-2010, 10:53 PM
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Thanks for the comments Nancy; how about a rope rose.
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Old 06-29-2010, 12:49 AM
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Seamless wax texture.
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Old 06-29-2010, 01:42 AM
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Lyle - cool! How are you making these? I'm thinking a seamless texture for my twitter background wallpaper might be kinda neat.
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Old 06-29-2010, 03:23 AM
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GIMP has several seamless specific filters and that's typically where I start. I end up doing some manual cleanup stuff as well. Used a Plastic Wrap Script-fu along with a G'MIC (G'MIC is a special GIMP filter) preset called Relief Light for the wax effect.
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Re: creative interpretations - something for every

Fractalius on overlay
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Where did my reply go? I musta dreamt it. :-(

Sylvia - your edit makes it look more like the bright, clear primary colors my eyes saw and the camera didn't

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Where did my reply go? I musta dreamt it. :-(
Sylvia - your edit makes it look more like the bright, claer primary colors my eyes saw and the camera didn't
LOL Maybe you should change camera then...
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More Fractalius...
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sylvia - I'm sure the 'problem' with the camera was the person operating it ;-)

that's really a feast of textures you've created with the last one
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that's really a feast of textures you've created with the last one
I didn't like the top part of the picture after I processed it with Fractalius, so I got rid of the whole works.

I'm glad you post lots of pictures for us to play with, as it seems not many of us know how to use a camera (that's a hint for the ones who never post pictures ).

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