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  • Creative interpretations: Flowers - Tulips in Mike's Yard

    A pretty bunch of tulips taken by Mike in his backyard.

    ~Danny~
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    tulips

    I have to thank you, Danny, for turning me onto Impressionist. I ran that filter on the pic in Charcoal, with brush size at 100. Then for definition I added another layer with xero lineart, buzzed, for more definition, and merged the two together. Then added a tiny guassian blur.

    I'm ceratinly no expert yet at impressionist, but I love to play with it.

    AmyHutton
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    • #3
      Beautiful photo.

      Amy--that's a really nice combo of filers. It's a great look.

      I used the procedure in the try-it challenge here http://www.retouchpro.com/forums/showthread.php?t=8200 with a buzz based sketch.
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      • #4
        I duplicated image, inverted and reduced 50%. Copied and pasted slightly off register. Ran MF Watercolor.

        Cheers
        Dave
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        • #5
          Did a little palette knife on the foreground flowers from Corel Painter 8. Ran cutout, palette knife filters on fore and backgrounds. Blends.

          kiska
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          • #6
            Hello everyone. This i would like to share with you...discovered it quite by accident, and i think it makes a great watercolor effect.
            Filters-other-minimum-fresco-unsharp mask-color replacer (if necessary.)Thats all. Pretty simple, huh??
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            • #7
              Nice work

              Hello all,
              Everyone has done justice to the nice image I believe!
              Here's my contribution
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              • #8
                I would like to post 2 images, one with the impressionist filter. I got this mostly by "screen" blending with the sketch layer. However, initially i was trying out trimoon's watercolor tutorial.
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                • #9
                  jaykita--the shift to pastels really does something for this image. It gets a WOW in my book--great job.

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                  • #10
                    Thank you Cheryl. Dont mean to hog this page but i'd really like to share with you what i consider my real effort before i used the impressionist filter, as below.
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