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Creative interpretations: Breads and Fruits and Veggies

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Old 11-06-2004, 05:19 PM
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ahutton, it looks like something in a sushi bar. hahahaha

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Old 11-06-2004, 06:37 PM
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This is what I do with images I don't like. Much more interesting, don't you think? PSP8 reflecting image with 3 petals, flaming pear swerve, sharpening, reduce saturation.

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Sometimes it's just plain fun to apply a bunch of effects just to see what happens. Happy accidents happy sometimes!
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Old 11-07-2004, 12:17 PM
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Actually, I prefer this type of abstract work, using photos as raw material. I love the way photos make abstracts with texture, lines, colors, shapes. I love the results I get. I have a whole portfolio of artwork done this way. Doesn't really have to "look like" anything. Just please the eye. I've seen galleries where if this were done by hand, matted and framed at say 60" wide, would go for hundreds of dollars. Makes me wish I had the talent to hand paint the digital result!

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Old 11-08-2004, 01:49 PM
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Easy Peasy Cezanne ???

Well this was interesting to do...after doing the Photo Art Challenge (i.e. Cezanne)which took a lot longer than this to do.... I used a filter which to date I hadn't tried - PSP/Brustrokes/Blocky Edge on a second duped layer of the original, Luminance (L) 50%. Merged. Added some AIM/USM for more bite.
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Old 11-08-2004, 03:22 PM
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Well this was interesting to do...after doing the Photo Art Challenge (i.e. Cezanne) which took a lot longer than this to do.... I used a filter which to date I hadn't tried - PSP/Brustrokes/Blocky Edge on a second duped layer of the original, Luminance (L) 50%. Merged. Added some AIM/USM for more bite.
If the results are this good I'd say you should keep experimenting with other effects you haven't tried. This effect is very arty. Cezanne would be impressed!
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Old 11-09-2004, 02:40 AM
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It's the simpler approaches that often seem to turn out best don't you find...?
I want to try this now on larger images suitable for printing, just bought myself some nice watercolour paper to try out.
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Old 11-23-2004, 12:35 PM
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Impressionism without the plug-in

A few easy steps in ps7.
L1- Original image
L2- Dup L1, filter-brush strokes- crosshatch 10,20,1. Then filter-stylize- find edges, edit - fade find edges - luminosity blend opac100. Next, artistic- cutout 8,0,2. Next, artistic - dry brush 0,10,1.
L3- Dup L2. Usm 50,250,0. Increase saturation +25 or so.
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Old 12-11-2004, 08:03 AM
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Top Layer: Electroplate, Blend Mode=Hard Light
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What is "Electroplate"? A filter? I like it a lot! (but where can I find it?)

(Hi, I'm new here, sorry if this is a newbie question; if there's an "essential plug-ins" thread I haven't found it yet)

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