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Creative interpretations: Bicycle Race II

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Old 01-15-2005, 09:14 PM
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Thanks, Mark. I'm still not very good at finding my way around here.

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Old 01-16-2005, 10:52 AM
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Created 4 Photo Filter layers, Red,Blue,Yellow and Green. Changed blend mode to Soft Light and changed opacities. Offset each layer slightly. Added slight motion blur to base layer.

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Old 01-16-2005, 01:24 PM
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Created 4 Photo Filter layers, Red,Blue,Yellow and Green. Changed blend mode to Soft Light and changed opacities. Offset each layer slightly. Added slight motion blur to base layer.
Very novel and creative, Dave.
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I really like what you did with the cyclists Duv. Good job.
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Old 01-16-2005, 04:38 PM
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1. Applied Nik Color Efex Pro 2.0 Filters : Pastel and Varitone
2. Filter>Stylize >Diffuse >Anisotropic
3. Buzz Simplifier One
4. Filter>Artistic>Paint Daubs (Brush Size:1, Sharpness: 0, Brush Type: Wide Sharp)
5. Duplicate Layer
6. Filter>Artistic>Poster Edges (lower opacity to desired amount)
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Old 01-17-2005, 08:57 AM
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1. Applied Nik Color Efex Pro 2.0 Filters : Pastel and Varitone
2. Filter>Stylize >Diffuse >Anisotropic
3. Buzz Simplifier One
4. Filter>Artistic>Paint Daubs (Brush Size:1, Sharpness: 0, Brush Type: Wide Sharp)
5. Duplicate Layer
6. Filter>Artistic>Poster Edges (lower opacity to desired amount)
A. Really appreciate the step detail.
B. Really, really like the results.

I attempted to follow in your footsteps and got 75% of the way there, but couldn't come close on the colors. That Nik Color Efex Pro 2.0 Pastel and Varitone effect makes a significant difference.

Simply outstanding, T. Well done.

~Danny~
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Old 01-17-2005, 09:38 AM
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Cyclists

Painter IX and Photoshop to finish
Ok, from the front

Cyclist #1 was done with wet Oil Brush 10
Cyclist #2 was done with Flat Oil Brush
Cyclist #3 was done with Chalk
Cyclist #4 was done with water colour with a heavy dark wash
Cyclist #5 was done with Impasto ( small )
Cyclist #6 was done with Van Gogh
Nothing done to Cyclist #6

Background was done with a heavy wash of water as was the shadows

Imported into Photoshop and texturised with Canvas
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Last edited by Axleuk; 01-17-2005 at 09:38 AM. Reason: Wrong image uploaded, swapped them over
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Old 01-17-2005, 09:42 AM
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Imported into Photoshop and texturised with Canvas
Unfortunately I was not able to see much of the artwork due to the heavy application of texture. I would have liked to see it sans canvas.

I liked the idea of varying the technique by cyclist. That was very creative.
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Old 01-17-2005, 09:51 AM
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Same as above minus the canvas texture.
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Old 01-17-2005, 11:29 AM
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A. Really appreciate the step detail.
B. Really, really like the results.

I attempted to follow in your footsteps and got 75% of the way there, but couldn't come close on the colors. That Nik Color Efex Pro 2.0 Pastel and Varitone effect makes a significant difference.

Simply outstanding, T. Well done.

~Danny~
Thanks Danny! The Pastel filter did very little to the image. Mainly it just softened the colors. It was the Ph.Styler Varitone filter that produced the rich colors.
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