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  • Creative interpretations: Madras Sales Woman

    I guess we're on an international roll this week. Crete in another one; Madras in this one. Kinda makes you want to explore the world a bit -or- perhaps explore your backyard instead.

    Photo courtesy of Marco Deterink.

    Have a good week.

    ~Danny~
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    Decided to just run Pixel Painter on this one. Added a vanGogh texture pattern.

    Catia
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    • #3
      I started with my mixed bag action (Lower layer is impressionist custom preset crackeld paint followed by paint engine bad brush, upper layer is a buzz sketch followed by impressionist crackledpaint and paint engine-borg), then topped it with a gaussian blur sketch. Merged it all and played with some nik filters to beef up the color intensity.
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      • #4
        Catia, what is the Pixel Painter that you refer too? Is it a plugin, a stand alone, or something else?
        Loved the outcome, no matter what it is.

        ** Paris **

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        • #5
          Paris,

          Thanks for the complement. I appreciate it.

          Pixel Painter is a PS action written by Mike Finn.

          Catia

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          • #6
            I'm back...

            Well, folks it has been a long time so bare with me. You have learned a lot since I have been away. Hence I have a lot of catching up to do, but here is my humble try.

            Say Cheese,
            Lynda
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            • #7
              Oh a roll...

              Here is another attempt. This was done very simply with PhotoBrush 1.7 using the Oil Emboss filter and the Filter-sim #21 Kodak filter.

              Smiles...
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              • #8
                It's SO NICE to see you creations. You definitely haven't lost your touch.

                Welcome home and welcome back, Lynda.

                ~Danny~

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                • #9
                  Newbie here

                  I've been at another forum where everything seems cartoony. I had been using several programs, but when Paintshop Pro 8 came out I really haven't used anything else. If that makes me ineligible for this forum, please let me know. I hope not, because what I've seen so far of your work here, this is where I'd like to be.

                  I took the lady from Crete and added a texture and then a leather texture and softened it a bit.

                  Amy Hutton
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                  • #10
                    OOOPPS

                    I see that this is a MADRAS woman, not a CRETE woman....

                    Ahutton

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                    • #11
                      Hello again Amy,

                      No tools rules here. I use PSP8 some myself. There are some things I like PS7 for and some I like to do in PSP8.

                      Nice rendition.

                      Catia

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                      • #12
                        Hello Amy:

                        What a great way to get started here. A BIG Welcome!

                        Creating photo-art using PSP is perfectly acceptable. I have PSP 7 myself and dabble with it every now and then. (I got Corel Painter last summer, so I'm still getting used to that at the moment.)

                        I see you've posted a couple more creations, and I'm looking forward to checking them out, too.

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                        Just finished checking out your other posts. Outstanding work!

                        You're a breath of fresh air!
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                        Again, welcome aboard. You're our official forum Christmas present for 2003!

                        ~Danny~

                        P.S. If you didn't see it during registration, click the "map" link in my sig. below for a nifty way to find your way around.
                        Last edited by DannyRaphael; 12-26-2003, 12:58 AM.

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                        • #13
                          Gave this one a try.

                          Three layers - background; paint engine artic, about 60% opacity; paint engine impressionist 2, also about 60% opacity. Added a solid fill layer with a color chosen from the picture, and painted with a dry brush.

                          Then, copy merged and paste to get a new layer. Finally, chose the solid color, feathered slightly, and filled to soften the edges. Added a texture, and voila! it's done.

                          Patricia

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                          • #14
                            oops!

                            ok, where'd the image go?

                            FYI: If you preview the text, the attachment path is erased and has to be repopulated before posting the image. Software quirk! Nice results. ~Danny~

                            try again . . .
                            Last edited by DannyRaphael; 12-27-2003, 03:05 PM.

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                            • #15
                              Nice result Patricia. I like the way you did the background. Good choice of color also.

                              Catia

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