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  • Creative interpretations: Tulips

    "Tiptoe through the tulipps..."

    Have fun.

    ~Danny~
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    This was an interesting angle on the tulips. Someone had a nice batch this year.

    I used straight Impressionist presets on this--no modifications. Each number represents a layer starting at the bottom.

    1. geometric--chaotic chrome
    2. geometric--jaggy glass (lighten)
    3. crayon--distressed fresco rubbing 2 (soft light)
    4. gaussian blur sketch layer (soft light 33%)
    5. pattern fill layer (soft light 70%)
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    • #3
      Tulips

      Two great pictures with such individuality!
      Here's my offering:
      Flip
      Wet Paint
      Bump Map
      Emboss
      Low Pass
      Diffuse
      Bump Map
      Adjusted lighting
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      • #4
        Nice pic Danny!

        Cheryl : it really is looking like impressionist paintings : well done
        Don : good colorful abstract, feels a bit like graffiti (it must be the wall!)
        Annadarling : seems a bit like needlepoint.

        Oh I love tulips, shame they usually are so shortlived.

        Two versions resulted from a little change.

        First one
        I changed saturation a bit and heightend the green color.

        Then there are 4 layers in the stack + bg (which stays off)

        make four dupes :

        turn all layers off except the topmost one

        -- top layer : layer desat
        copy layer -invert but I didn't use color dodge and gaussian blur but used USM before changing the blend mode.
        then merged visible these two layers.
        dupe again
        multiply to make the lines heavier. merge visible again
        this layer plaming pear Tachyon and blend mode Difference
        - third layer : paint engine-random generation/ overlay
        - second layer : impressionist watery spatter / overlay
        - first layer : colourworks-contrast


        gina
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        • #5
          second one is the first stack, flatten and run kpt materializer on it

          that's it


          gina
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          • #6
            Re: Creative interpretations: Tulips

            Cutout filter, diffuse glow, texture.

            Peter
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            • #7
              Re: Creative interpretations: Tulips

              Ah....shades of Tiny Tim, or am I dating myself?

              Steve C.
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              • #8
                Re: Creative interpretations: Tulips

                Originally posted by Steve Conway View Post
                Ah....shades of Tiny Tim, or am I dating myself?

                Steve C.

                I would say you are tip toeing to old age
                nice image though

                Palms

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                • #9
                  Re: Creative interpretations: Tulips

                  Originally posted by palms1 View Post
                  I would say you are tip toeing to old age
                  nice image though

                  Palms
                  That's chronologically challenged.

                  But thanks anyway.

                  Steve C.

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