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  • jaz
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    Thanks for the feedback. I got the following error when I clicked on your link:

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  • Andrew B.
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    I like version 3 the best. There is a richness to the paint stokes.

    But you could probably get version 1 to look this rich with some more stroking, regardless of it being Photoshop. Take a look at this portrait done in PS 5.5 using the older brush technology.

    http://www.geocities.com/bearsclover...2-mid-flat.jpg

    Of course, the woman who did this knows color pencil technique, which translates over to using limited software brushes. But still, it is pretty impressive use of Photoshop.

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  • jaz
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    http://www.jackzucker.com/Photoshop/img_5527_copy3.jpg

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  • jeaniesa
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    I like copy1 the best. I have no idea which application you used for that - perhaps that's the point? You did a great job with the shading of the pink rose in that painting. I like the stems also. But I think the red rose needs more shading (like you gave the pink rose.)

    Jeanie

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  • jaz
    started a topic impressionist roses

    impressionist roses

    Photoshop 7 or Painter 7? Whaddya think?

    http://www.jackzucker.com/Photoshop/img_5527_copy.jpg
    http://www.jackzucker.com/Photoshop/img_5527_copy2.jpg
    Last edited by jaz; 12-27-2002, 10:19 AM.
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