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    Must be cabbie lunchtime in London. Photo by Geoff.

    ~Danny~
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    POPArt action on the taxis, 2x. Gaussian blur on the bg, and a brush stoke filter. Brightness/contrast the taxis. kiska
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    • #3
      Ok. The colors are so strong, I had to try pOPaTist (I can never get the upper and lower case right!!). Then put it again thru the adjustments portion.

      Cheers
      Duv
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        Interesting how two creations rooted in the same action (pop artist - regardless of spelling ) can turn out so differently.

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        Mine: Still playing with applying Virtual Painter's Oil Paint filter to black and white sketches (Duplicate BG, Smart Blur/Edge Only + Diffuse > Anisotropic twice + Invert + Unsharp Mask) to get kind of a smudged look. The final result here is too busy overall, but I like the general look.
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        • #5
          Kiska and Duv--great variety out of popartist!

          Danny--I like using VP oil on sketches too. I'm especially partial to using it after running Buzz's ink stack (with reduced remove).

          I found this in photoshop 6.0 effects magic pages 35-36

          1. select the black in the image
          2. inverse selection
          3. fill with dark brown
          4. paint with art history brush in lighten or luminosity mode.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Cheryl H
            Kiska and Duv--great variety out of popartist!

            Danny--I like using VP oil on sketches too. I'm especially partial to using it after running Buzz's ink stack (with reduced remove).

            I found this in photoshop 6.0 effects magic pages 35-36

            1. select the black in the image
            2. inverse selection
            3. fill with dark brown
            4. paint with art history brush in lighten or luminosity mode.
            Yikes: Just tried VP Oils on Buzz Ink. Yippee. Very nice effect. I'll be wasting today playing with that. Thanks MUCH for sharing that tip, CH.

            I got PS 6 (and 7) Magic. Guess I'll have to dust them off. I like the swap the black for brown effect.

            ~Danny~

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