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    The original and the result is posted for comparisons sake and critique. the action is called, "Slap-Dash5".
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    Gunner, There are many actions that say they will create a water color, but I find that 90% of them leave me cold. I don't know how much control the action gives you over settings, but your demo still looks a lot like a photo with some splotches around it to me.

    Here's one I did using my Line Art tutorial with a few tweaks on the b/w layer after doing the basic steps. Of course everyone has their preferences. It's what makes the world go 'round.
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    • #3
      Know you were after watercolor, but...

      ...I'm in the mood for gels. Attached is a crop. Here's the complete rendering.
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        Re: A watercolor from a photograph using an action.

        just a try
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        • #5
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          Thank you all for the input. All of yours have something for me to ponder about. So much to learn so little time. Only one life, ya'know.

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          • #6
            Re: A watercolor from a photograph using an action.

            Originally posted by Swampy
            Gunner, There are many actions that say they will create a water color, but I find that 90% of them leave me cold....
            I found one here, that I like
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              Gunner yours is spot on the paper even looks wet and buckled

              Cheers Bev

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