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  • Trumpet flowers

    I took this picture this year when the trumpet flowers were in bloom. Have fun!

    Jean
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    Trumpet flower

    Well this is my version. Used layers...Glowing edge, Blur, Poster edge.
    Lighting effect and Spherize. Used Sandstone texture and Glass.

    Jean
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    • #3
      Hey Jean - love what you did.

      Here's mine.
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      • #4
        Had to give this one another try!
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        • #5
          Sissy.... both very nice. I really like the contrast from the flower and the background on the second. Thnx for submitting your versions of my picture.

          Jean

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          • #6
            Moonflowers

            Is this a sister act or can I play too?

            I enlarged this to 800 x 600, and did a find edges, desaturated (on a layer copy) set to multiply. Flattened and played with hue/sat to lighten. Copied again and did an emboss, set to overlay. Flattened, copied and set to difference (which made it "dark" outside). Played with hue/sat until the details I wanted were more visible (the flower and plant hanger). Flattened and played with hue/sat until I got something I liked.

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            • #7
              They all look great!!


              selected all white and deleted
              selected all wood and put a pencil2 filter on
              selected each flower and colored.
              merged all flowers and put a bevel and emboss then a color overlay
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              • #8
                BK...Of course you can play
                Your version is great. I like the change.

                pjb...nice work on making an array of color on the flowers.
                Thank you both for sharing your versions of my flowers.

                Jean

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                • #9
                  I thought I'd play with PSP's new balls and bubbles filter on this one. I used a cutout of the flowers both as a bump map and as an environment map.

                  For the background, I laided down a gradient, and then over that the original image with the simple/half wrap filter.

                  Sort of fun playing.
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                  • #10
                    Theise....Way COOL! Did you download the filters from Photoshop? It looks like something I would like to play with. Thank you for using the new filters on my flowers it looks great!

                    Jean

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                    • #11
                      I really like these flower challenges! A lot of creativity displayed.
                      Jean - thanks for sharing the pic, and I like your first version with the deep textures and dark colors
                      Jill - love the softness of your watercolor
                      BK - WILD (blue flowers have to be considered 'art'!)
                      PJB - I really like the pastel effect - nice job
                      Tyeise - your creativity is showing - obviously you had fun with this.
                      Here's mine ..
                      Did a color select on the red flower ... copied the selection to a transparent layer ... added emboss, drop shadow ... and new layer with a black background .. then played around!
                      Ran thru Neat Image to really take out detail...(somehow this ended up as less than 25K file size)
                      Bill C
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                      • #12
                        Oh Bill that looks so neat

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                        • #13
                          Bill...Great job. I love how vibrant the red is to the black background.

                          Jean

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                          • #14
                            Jean,

                            I use Paint Shop Pro 8. Balls and bubbles is one of their new built in filters. Everything I used on this one was built in. Thanks for sharing the wonderful flowers to play with.

                            Tyeise

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