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Old 03-07-2004, 10:14 AM
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What filter is Impressionist, and do you know how I can get ahold of it?

Thanks much!!
Impressionist is a filter that's a part of a program called Image Composer that's included with Microsoft Front Page 98. FP98 is no longer available commercially, but if you're into eBay shopping, FP98 comes up for auction there on a regular basis. If you're not into eBay, contact me via PM.

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Old 03-08-2004, 09:56 AM
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Jeff -- this clock effect you did is really excellent!! any chance you can give more specifics on how you got this? also, what filter is Impressionist, and do you know how I can get ahold of it?

Thanks much!!
Bigkid,

Unfortunately I have slept quite a few times since creating this. What I was trying to do was to smooth out the areas into blocks of color. I used the (no longer available) PhotoEffex Background Blur plugin for that. You could probably use Smart-Blur, Edge-Preserving Smooth, buZZ, or something along these lines for a similar effect.

Next, I used Xero Graphics Irridium (sp?) filter to add the coloring. You can get all of Xero's plugins for free at:

http://www.xero-graphics.co.uk/

I believe Irridium is in Set 4, but won't make any guarantees.

Now, Danny pointed you in the right direction for Microsoft's impressionist plugin. I love that plugin! It is perfect for applying single strokes of color on the picture.

That's as much as I can remember. Perhaps another time I can give you more detais on another creation...

-Jeff
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