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Creative interpretations: Cabernet and a Glass

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Old 04-25-2004, 10:39 AM
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Creative interpretations: Cabernet and a Glass

By special request, here's a thread where you can "do your own thing" with this popular starter image.

Cheers...
~Danny~
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Old 04-25-2004, 11:31 AM
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Thanks, O Wise One. BTW, I noticed Harry Ellerton is a friend. He messaged me a while back about the parrot. I was reluctant to reply, and did not, as I had never noticed him post before. I did provide him details he requested in the forum. Overly cautious old broad, I guess. Please pass along my apologies. Thanks

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Old 04-25-2004, 11:43 AM
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Great pic!

Kiska--lovely rendition. I'm glad you got Danny to make this photo a challenge image.

I started with the same process I used on the yachts.

Duplicate background. Run buzz gloss stack (reduce all to 4 except set remove to 100). Increase brightness and contrast.
Select black and invert selection. Paint with history brush at 50% using a grunge brush. Bring back lots of detail on subject, not so much at edges.

Run impressionist (I've been playing with creating brushes--custom). Run fantastic machines paint engine--arctic and fade 65%.

Select inverse. Run virtual painter oil.

Create new layer. Flood fill with dark brown. Run texturizer. Create layer mask. Paint with grunge brush (low opacity) to reveal image below.

It looked a little dull/gray when I was done, so I tried Danny's "apply image" trick mentioned in the impressionist thread. Wow--what a great result! Danny, thanks so much for the tip (and everything else you do too )
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Old 04-25-2004, 12:33 PM
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Really nice. Looks like a toned painting. Had to stand up for us 'mackies'. We seem few and far between.

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Old 04-26-2004, 12:07 AM
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Both you guys are quickly moving to the head of the class. Well done here as well as other posts!

Intellihance Pro: Vivid Enhance
Diffuse
Impressionist: conte: textured color stick/25/100/122
Blade Pro
Hue/Sat Adjust Layer
PS Lighting Effects
Despeckle
Curves Adjustment Layer to increase contrast a bit.
Dodged Label

Cheers
Dave
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Old 04-26-2004, 01:01 AM
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Vin et Cristal

This is a lovely picture and all the renditions are very good. I especially like

Kiska's glass stem and base,
Cheryl's palette and delicacy, and
Duv's lighting on the sides of the glass.

Here is my effort - so many filters, too little time!
anna
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Old 04-26-2004, 04:11 PM
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Nice renditions by all.

Corrected color and curve adjustment.
Cropped.
FP's india ink.
Applied paint engine dry brush at two stages.
Embossed lightly.
Simplified.
Used craquelure lightly overall
Hue & Sat adjustment.
Color and contrast adjustment.
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Old 04-26-2004, 08:59 PM
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As I looked at al these amazing images, I remembered a tutorial that I bookmarked some time ago. Hope this input is appropriate.

http://www.slimarillion.com/winebot/winebot.html

Robert Collins
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Old 04-26-2004, 09:18 PM
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Hey, Robert:

As one who lives in North Bend, it's always nice to have welcome someone from the great Left Coast.

RE:
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Originally Posted by Robt
...Hope this input is appropriate.
Sure is. For die-hard folks who like to create from scratch, this is a gem of a a tutorial. Thx for sharing the link.

~Danny~
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Old 04-27-2004, 11:55 AM
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Cabernet Interpretation

Ok, here's my try at Danny's excellent image. Thanks for inviting me to participate, Danny!

buzz simp 2 at 25
dup layer
impressionist - chalk: bright strokes on

black - background changed to image
dup buzz layer and put on top
impressionist - chalk: soft detailed

pastels - background changed to image;

normal 76% opacity
dup buzz layer and put on top
impressionist - pencil sketch: detailed

colored; difference 64%
dup orig buzz layer and put on top
loaded buzz color patches; soft light 55%
dup orig buzz layer and put on top
buzz mono edges, brightness/contrast;

multiply 49%
added hue/sat and brightness/contrast

adjustment layers
applied lighting effects


Linda V.
http://www.dynamicdesign.biz/gallery
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/digitalnuts/
http://www.pbase.com/lvich/pad_gallery
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