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  • ANTEBELLUM, U.T., San Antonio, Tx

    Here is a shot I did quite a few years ago./ It is a house that was donated to the University of Texas in San Antonio, Texas. The governors office held some kind of meeting there. it was very plush inside. Reminds me of the movies.

    Have fun!
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    Re: ANTEBELLUM, U.T., San Antonio, Tx

    There are quite a few of this kind of house with the tree canopy in the Texas/Louisana area. The ones I saw were near Baton Rouge, LA.

    Steve C.
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    • #3
      Gouche strokes again.

      Not too thick though.

      Click here for the rendering.
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      • #4
        Re: ANTEBELLUM, U.T., San Antonio, Tx

        Trying some B&W

        Peter
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          Here is one that I tried today the 4th of July. So there John Adams!

          I used an action I picked up somewhere. I wish I could remember who did it so that I could give them credit here. It is called "DigiDoodle"
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            And yet another attempt at this one. The majority of the work was done in Painter and a little color balancing and texture in CS2.
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              nice photo Gunner and some nice renditions here are two from me
              1st one is a couple of runs of cspringers contrast mask action and some extra saturation ( sorry but i do like what most people call over saturation)

              the second was using buzz, a sketch and a impressionist layer

              Palms
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              • #8
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                Nice work-again, I love the way you smudge Palms. Where can I find the "springers contrast mask action"?

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                • #9
                  Re: ANTEBELLUM, U.T., San Antonio, Tx

                  Originally posted by gholmes1936 View Post
                  Nice work-again, I love the way you smudge Palms. Where can I find the "springers contrast mask action"?
                  The action can be found at

                  http://www.atncentral.com/download.htm#Local_Contrast

                  listed as contrast mask v2 about the 11th one down,
                  but beware if you haven't been there before loads there to download

                  Palms

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                    Re: ANTEBELLUM, U.T., San Antonio, Tx

                    Thanks a lot Palms. I spent an hour at that site. that's how long it's going to take my Photoshop to load now.

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                    • #11
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                      My try in oil
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                        Originally posted by gholmes1936 View Post
                        Thanks a lot Palms. I spent an hour at that site. that's how long it's going to take my Photoshop to load now.
                        Whoops

                        Palms

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                          a number of psp effects on separate layers, blend modes and opacities.
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                            I cropped the photo to focus on the architecture of the house. The final effect I was going for was to emulate hand-colored vintage postcards.
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                              Playing around with Buzz, LucisArt and LAB colour. Cropped and flipped for good measure.


                              Joe
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