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  • Creative interpretations: Bicycle Blue (and no place to go)

    Another pic courtesy of www.Stockstash.com. Although a little blury and not as many pixels as I'd like, it looked like it had lots of possibilities.

    Think it will ever race in the Tour de France?

    ~Danny~
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  • #2
    Originally posted by DannyRaphael
    Another pic courtesy of www.Stockstash.com. Although a little blury and not as many pixels as I'd like, it looked like it had lots of possibilities.

    Think it will ever race in the Tour de France?

    ~Danny~
    Perhaps everything has it's dreams.
    Here also is one using a number of Mike Finn actions. Stress 3D followed by Art Class and Watercolor.

    Cheers
    Duv
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Duv
      Perhaps everything has it's dreams.
      Here also is one using a number of Mike Finn actions. Stress 3D followed by Art Class and Watercolor.

      Cheers
      Duv
      Bravo on the "dream," Duv. Great concept. If it was my bike, it would be dreaming of a Big Mac.

      RE: #2
      Mike's Watercolor action is one of the best I've seen.

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      I owe Jeff a thanks for his inspiration from a recent pic where he started out with Virtual Painter's Triangle filter and went on to massage it into a very convincing watercolor look. I started with the same filter, applied Dry Brush and Dust and Scratches to smoothe things out a bit. Ended up with Find Edges layer on top (Overlay, 50%) and selectively applied the edges with a layer mask.

      ~Danny~
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      • #4
        Originally posted by DannyRaphael
        Bravo on the "dream," Duv. Great concept. If it was my bike, it would be dreaming of a Big Mac.


        ~Danny~
        I'd like to see your bike. It's probably the one with the big balloon tires.

        Cheers
        Duv

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        • #5
          bluebike

          This was a TOUGHIE. The background was boring. I used a combination of buzz, xero abstractor, and pant engine's brush strokes

          AmyHutton
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          • #6
            Originally posted by ahutton
            This was a TOUGHIE. The background was boring.
            How dare you you call MY BACKYARD boring!



            JUST KIDDING - IT'S NOT MY BACKYARD! Had you going for a second, though, didn't I? Sick sense of humor, I know.

            Nice painterly effect you achieved here, Amy. What one can do with Buzz simply amazes me. Do you think you're going to leap into purchasing Buzz 3.0?

            ~Danny~

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            • #7
              Do you think you're going to leap into purchasing Buzz 3.0?

              ~Danny~[/QUOTE]

              Oh...I saw the potential in Buzz way back when you started talking about it. I now own my very own copy of that little gem. Thanks for turning me on to it!

              Amy

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              • #8
                Do you think you're going to leap into purchasing Buzz 3.0?

                ~Danny~
                Originally posted by ahutton
                Oh...I saw the potential in Buzz way back when you started talking about it. I now own my very own copy of that little gem. Thanks for turning me on to it!

                Amy
                I mean't the Buzz 3.0 that's coming out soon (within 30-60 days I hear). Current Buzz owners have Buzz 2.0.

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                • #9
                  Larger Image Here

                  This was a fun one.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Trimoon
                    Larger Image Here

                    This was a fun one.
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                    Looks like another Impressionist creation, Steve, perhpas a combination including Pencil Sketch: Detail Colored and something else?

                    Is the tape-look one of the AutoFX DreamSuite effects?

                    ~Danny~

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                    • #11
                      Danny
                      No I make my own tape.

                      Steve

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                      • #12
                        This bicycle is going to the old bicycle graveyard at Howard Finster's Paradise Garden. Re the church: evidently I lied about thumbs. taking 200kb. kiska
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by kiska
                          This bicycle is going to the old bicycle graveyard at Howard Finster's Paradise Garden. (snip) kiska
                          Wonderful extract and integration into another pic. Looks like it was there all along!

                          ~Danny~

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                          • #14
                            Thanks, selections don't have to be so precise when you know you're going to get 'funky' with them. Am posting the orig. BG. The red blob is actually a 'sculpture' of old bicycle parts. Howard Finster was a right famous folk artist who died a couple of years ago.
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