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  • Pastel Watercolor Sketch...

    I have been playing around with the brushes in Photoshop 7. I did a sketch, then used the history brush (watercolor) and painted in the sketch. This is something new for me. Comments please!!!
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    I like the general direction (overall softness, well defined lines).

    I'd be inclined to give the color tones a little more emphasis... perhaps by duplicating the original background, dragging to the top of the stack & setting blend to Color or Hard Light & then adjusting opacity...or perhaps with a Hue/Sat adjustment layer and bump up the saturation a bit.

    Don't mind my rambling. Thoughts off the top of my (flat) head!

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    • #3
      Danny,

      I am posting 2 adjusted images. I am glad you suggested a color boost. It is definitely an improvement. Only I can't decide which is better. What do you think?
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      • #4
        More color...
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        • #5
          re-Pastel Watercolor Sketch...

          works the image with buzz and this it is the result:


          excuse my english
          greetings
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          • #6
            Nice, Creativo. I like that. Buzz is one of my favorite filters.

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            • #7
              Lynda,
              I like the one with the most color the best. In fact, I really, really like it!
              Jeanie

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              • #8
                Thanks, Jeanie. That is the one I decided I liked the best, too. In fact I printed it to send to my niece, Sarah.

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                • #9
                  most color

                  I like the one with the most color and also the buzz one, they have a sort of "muddy" color look to me, maybe that is what you wanted but I wonder what it would look like with clearer colors.
                  Very nice work.

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                  • #10
                    Platscha,

                    I tried it with clearer colors and it looked good, but it was not what I was looking for in this painting effect. I was trying to get a softer watercolor look to the sketch. Something I could create without using a filter. It started out as a learning experience and turned out to be something I really liked.

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                    • #11
                      Lynda:
                      I'm in the "slightly more color one" camp, too.

                      Creativo:
                      Your very interesting interpretation looks like it was done using Virtual Painter. Which Buzz effects did you use (if you recall)?

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                      • #12
                        Hello Danny

                        well before working with buzz pro, duplicates to the layer 2 times, to one it applies filter to him to style shining edges and adjustment manually for integrated the areas. To another one it applies to him gaussian blur and way to multiply. New layer filling up of color pink/yellow and stumps it manually, way to superpose. Soon it connects layers and I went to buzz pro, color edge, sharpen edges and demas hize in manual form.

                        greetings

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