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  • Creative interpretations: Flowers - Tulips eye View

    Talk about a creative shot by P.Martin. I think you'll like this perspective.
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    Danny:
    I thought I would try a quilt design on your spring tulip.
    Thanks
    Bob
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    • #3
      Bob, it's been a while since you posted this, but I'm wondering how you got this effect. Very interesting.
      raniday

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      • #4
        Here's a quick effort using David Rowley Hayes Cafe action that looks sort of painterly. I just played w/ the layer blending modes and added a sandstone texture.
        http://www.pbase.com/image/37602969
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        • #5
          Originally posted by raniday
          Here's a quick effort using David Rowley Hayes Cafe action that looks sort of painterly. I just played w/ the layer blending modes and added a sandstone texture.
          http://www.pbase.com/image/37602969
          One of the first "arty actions" I ever attempted was based on Hayes Island. I really like the results generated by this technique, as your interpretation illustrates.

          For those not familiar with the method, check out the tutorials at David Rowley's site: http://www.davrodigital.co.uk/tutorials/howtoo.htm

          ~Danny~

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          • #6
            Thanks for the link again to David Rowley's tutorials....I especially like 'The Gift Shop' tutorial also, tried it numerous times using PaintShopPro last year.

            Just had a break over festive season and it's great to be back on board...!

            Auto Brightness Contrast to lighten.
            Duped bottom layer.
            L2 - Paint Alchemy/Oil Tip Styles/Oil Canvas Blur (default)
            Layer Mode - Dissolve 70 % - merged both layers
            Duped bottom Layer
            L2 - Negative - Mode Dodge 60%
            Merge both layers - Auto Saturation for stronger colour.
            Psp8.01 - One of My WC settings.
            Added sandstone texture to image and matt.
            Added drop shadows top and bottom. (ie inner edges)
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            • #7
              Originally posted by raniday
              Bob, it's been a while since you posted this, but I'm wondering how you got this effect. Very interesting.
              raniday
              With the holi-Daze and all perhaps Bob missed your question...

              Looks to me like he applied two filters...
              1. One to "swirl" the colors. I believe Flaming Pear offers one that renders a "down the drain" effect. There are surely others that will do this type of thing.
              2. Photoshop's Extrude filter for the pointy blocks.

              ~Danny~

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              • #8
                Thanks, Danny.
                I'm still discovering PhotoShop, probably always will be, but after I posted my question, I found the pyramid extrude filter and tried a few by first using the Simple filter to make a repeated pattern and then applied the pyramid filter, and you can get some kewl quilt-like effects. I hadn't thought how to swirl the pattern, as Bob did above.
                cat

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                • #9
                  A Combination of corel photopaint art strokes - crayon, and ps7- artistic filter- rough pastels.
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                  Last edited by jaykita; 12-27-2004, 08:40 PM.

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                  • #10
                    For this one i used smart blur, airbrush by hand, hue-sat changes.
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                    • #11
                      Jaykita, I'm really liking this air brushed one! A neat effect that I'll be trying soon

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