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  • Creative interpretations: Butterfly 02

    Butterflies seem to be a popular subject, so let's give this one a go.

    If you'd like to combine this image with others, by all means do so. Or you can use this one as is.

    Springtime is approaching, so if the sun isn't actually shining where you are, pretend it is.

    ~Danny~
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  • #2
    A little invert and difference on a duped layer.

    Catia
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    • #3
      Butterfly

      Experimenting with Pixia's watercolor filter and Redfield's new Plasteroid filter.
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      • #4
        Catia - Inspired and very colorful. Great use of an easy technique.

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        ZB - Great to see you drop in and play along. It's always nice to have talented folks like you share your skills and techniques.

        RE: Pixia's watercolor filter and Redfield's new Plasteroid
        I'm a little behind the times... Are these public domain? In an event can you post links for more info.

        Thx/Danny

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        • #5
          Big Sis greets little bro. I knew my pet caterpillar would come in handy. Added some noise and a Sandwater lacquer.

          Cheers
          Duv
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          • #6
            Cross hatch sketch effect using XaraX and Xero Line Art.

            Christine
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            • #7
              Pixia and Plasteroid

              Pixia is a freebie image editing and paint program out of Japan. It has a lot of features for a free program, including layers, and has a really nice watercolor filter. (The watercolor filter is an add-on, but also free.) Here is the link.
              http://park18.wakwak.com/~pixia/index.html

              Plasteroid is a new texture filter developed by Redfield. It is similar to Hypertile, but is cheaper ($28) and has a more intuitive interface. I'm just beginning to use it. It also has some nice framing features. (I think "Plasteroid" is not the best name they could have come up with.) You can download a free demo. It's worth a look.
              http://www.redfieldplugins.com






              RE: Pixia's watercolor filter and Redfield's new Plasteroid
              I'm a little behind the times... Are these public domain? In an event can you post links for more info.

              Thx/Danny[/QUOTE]

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              • #8
                Oooh, I really like Catia's!

                I have an impressionistic view, not using Impressionist!
                * Edges->Dialate
                * Hot Wax Coating
                * Edges->Dilate (2x)
                * FilterMeister Min-I-Max
                * Soften Edges More
                * Enhance Edges More

                -Jeff
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                • #9
                  Thanks for the comments Danny and Jeff.

                  Jeff, I am assuming that was done in PSP8. Unfortunately, I don't have FilterMeister for my version.

                  I like the result.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by catia
                    Thanks for the comments Danny and Jeff.

                    Jeff, I am assuming that was done in PSP8. Unfortunately, I don't have FilterMeister for my version.

                    I like the result.
                    FilterMeister is a plugin for writing plugins. You can download it at: http://www.filtermeister.com The demo package comes with the Min-I-Max filter already compiled and ready to use.

                    The Amphisoft Sorting-Shaman (from http://photoshop.msk.ru/) is -VERY- similar (it was written by the same author), and the lite version works well.

                    Cheers!

                    -Jeff

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                    • #11
                      Watercolor effect

                      This one was created using this tutorial noted in this thread as a guide.

                      http://www.retouchpro.com/forums/sho...6015#post66015

                      Note: I did not follow the tutorial exactly. After each filter I applied a Edit > Fade [command] to tone things down a bit.

                      ~Danny~
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                      • #12
                        butterfly

                        This is my first Creative Interpretation! I used hue/sat mask, over sized glow and just played around with blending modes. Messy but trying to go after a fantasy look....
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                        • #13
                          Nice work, Doosume. Hope to see more from you.

                          -Jeff

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by doosume
                            This is my first Creative Interpretation! I used hue/sat mask, over sized glow and just played around with blending modes. Messy but trying to go after a fantasy look....
                            Welcome, doosume!

                            Always nice to have someone new leap into the pool. You've got what it takes... Keep having fun with the rest of the gang.

                            ~Danny~

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                            • #15
                              Thanks!

                              Thanks, I love this site. It is an amazing resource with a group of amazing people!

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