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  • Creative interpretations: Breads and Fruits and Veggies

    Lunch, anyone?
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    How about a charCOAL.

    Done in PSP8. Several layers of effects and textures. I know, I should have written them down. I usually post the steps before I close the program; but, it is late and I forgot.

    Catia
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    • #3
      Hey, Cat... That's a pretty cool twist on things!

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      I take it by the overwhelming non-interest in this pic, that "food manipulations" should be placed at the bottom of the interest list.

      Okay, okay. I can take a hint!

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      I'm posting this one because of a "happy accident" (see ##) that I believe will be useful down the road. It will be explained in a "Try Me" tutorial in a few minutes.

      This version consisted of
      * ## Lines copy 4 (multiply)
      * Lines copy 3 (multiply)
      * Lines copy 2 (multiply)
      * Lines copy (multiply)
      * Lines (multiply)
      * Impressionist layer consisting of settings:
      . - Pencil Sketch: Colored lines
      . - Pencil Sketch: Soft sketch
      . - Charcoal: Default
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      • #4
        Danny, cool effect!

        It's not that food, in general, doesn't inspire me. I just have a hard time picturing what to do with this picture.



        -Jeff

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        • #5
          Danny:

          I was coming home from work tonight. It is a nice crisp fall day here. I thought about your vegetables and soup came to my mine. I worked hard but as you can see I am not much for cooking, so it is off to a jazz club and dinner.

          Sorry about the mess.

          Bob

          [Bob: You're nearly as sick and twisted as I am. Great job here! ~Danny~]
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          Last edited by DannyRaphael; 10-15-2003, 09:54 PM.

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          • #6
            LOL! true to the name of the thread, your interpretation is really creative...

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            • #7
              Bob -- you inspired me! This is great!

              Anyway, here's my take on it.

              Duplicate layers:
              Bottom Layer: FP Organic Edges (Blur, Add)
              Duplicate Bottom Layer: Paint Engine, Gaussian Blur, Darken
              Adjustment Layers: Increase Saturation, Lightness
              Top Layer: Electroplate, Blend Mode=Hard Light

              -Jeff
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              • #8
                Reminds me of a barbeque i once went to.
                Mostly it is the "difference" blend with the "luminosity" blend on numerous layers that gives the image a real freaked-out effect.
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                • #9
                  My watercolor effect.
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                  • #10
                    This is what I do with images I don't like. Much more interesting, don't you think? PSP8 reflecting image with 3 petals, flaming pear swerve, sharpening, reduce saturation.

                    AmyHutton
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                    • #11
                      ahutton, it looks like something in a sushi bar. hahahaha

                      Janet

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by ahutton
                        This is what I do with images I don't like. Much more interesting, don't you think? PSP8 reflecting image with 3 petals, flaming pear swerve, sharpening, reduce saturation.

                        AmyHutton
                        Sometimes it's just plain fun to apply a bunch of effects just to see what happens. Happy accidents happy sometimes!

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                        • #13
                          Actually, I prefer this type of abstract work, using photos as raw material. I love the way photos make abstracts with texture, lines, colors, shapes. I love the results I get. I have a whole portfolio of artwork done this way. Doesn't really have to "look like" anything. Just please the eye. I've seen galleries where if this were done by hand, matted and framed at say 60" wide, would go for hundreds of dollars. Makes me wish I had the talent to hand paint the digital result!

                          AmyHutton

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                          • #14
                            Easy Peasy Cezanne ???

                            Well this was interesting to do...after doing the Photo Art Challenge (i.e. Cezanne)which took a lot longer than this to do.... I used a filter which to date I hadn't tried - PSP/Brustrokes/Blocky Edge on a second duped layer of the original, Luminance (L) 50%. Merged. Added some AIM/USM for more bite.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Neve
                              Well this was interesting to do...after doing the Photo Art Challenge (i.e. Cezanne) which took a lot longer than this to do.... I used a filter which to date I hadn't tried - PSP/Brustrokes/Blocky Edge on a second duped layer of the original, Luminance (L) 50%. Merged. Added some AIM/USM for more bite.
                              If the results are this good I'd say you should keep experimenting with other effects you haven't tried. This effect is very arty. Cezanne would be impressed!

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