Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

A gratitude post for a great action script

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • A gratitude post for a great action script

    I bounced in here about a few days ago, when doing a search trying to remember where I downloaded an action called feivalls gothic glow (one of my favorite action scripts. I noticed a thread about an action for a sketching effect, and I downloaded it and gave it a whirl, I was floored with the results one of the most well done actions I have used to date my hats off to its creator, you really did a fantastic job on this one

    Here is and example of my first tinkerings with it, other than being a bit dark I thought it turned out great, I'll probably get some better results one I try a few more photos of different values.

    Thanks a bunch

    Ralph
    Attached Files

  • #2
    Originally posted by RalphBenmurgia
    I bounced in here about a few days ago, when doing a search trying to remember where I downloaded an action called feivalls gothic glow (one of my favorite action scripts. I noticed a thread about an action for a sketching effect, and I downloaded it and gave it a whirl, I was floored with the results one of the most well done actions I have used to date my hats off to its creator, you really did a fantastic job on this one

    Here is and example of my first tinkerings with it, other than being a bit dark I thought it turned out great, I'll probably get some better results one I try a few more photos of different values.

    Thanks a bunch

    Ralph
    Welcome, Ralph:

    Glad you found Feivel's action. It's also available at www.AtnCentral.com, if you haven't action-surfed there, yet.

    re: The action you used on this interpretation (very creative results I might add)
    You didn't mention its name. Which one was it?

    ~Danny~

    Comment


    • #3
      Originally posted by DannyRaphael
      Welcome, Ralph:

      Glad you found Feivel's action. It's also available at www.AtnCentral.com, if you haven't action-surfed there, yet.

      re: The action you used on this interpretation (very creative results I might add)
      You didn't mention its name. Which one was it?

      ~Danny~
      Sorry Danny, I did forget to put the name actually names...

      This was a combination of two actions I started with the -byRo PencilSketch.atn- action, did a little polishing here and there using the conventional toolset and then I ran the Feival's gothic glow and did a little polishing again till I liked the result. The model in the image fell in love with it instantly, it since has become her favorite photo I have done of her. in answer to the other "AtnCentral" I stopped by there this morning and tried a few of the actions, my heartfelt gratitude to the people who create these, they bring so much joy and wonder into working with photographs.
      Last edited by RalphBenmurgia; 02-20-2005, 03:21 AM.

      Comment


      • #4
        Ralph:

        If you like arty actions, have you seen these?

        http://www.geocities.com/kafuensis/

        Comment

        Related Topics

        Collapse

        • pm3009
          Can you find the Action Name for me?
          by pm3009
          I looked at the code in the actions and couldn't figure out the Action Name. Can anyone out there find the name of the action that you need to call in Elements for these Actions that I attached?

          Thanks!
          Pam...
          05-11-2005, 10:51 PM
        • Scribe
          Combining Photoshop Actions Into a Set
          by Scribe
          Can someone please tell me if it is possible to take a group of individual actions, that have already been installed, and collect them into their own, new action set?

          I have tried creating a new set and then dragging the targeted actions individually into the new set, but they don't go...
          10-22-2005, 09:39 PM
        • Jon
          Strange behavior in PS7.0
          by Jon
          I need some help. All of a sudden tonight when I started running my actions in PS, a dialogue box will pop up asking me to click ok to continue running the action. It never used to act strangely like this. There must be a toggle to suppress dialogue boxes such as this that I'm missing completely....
          09-05-2002, 10:17 PM
        • mark pernal
          Calling one action from another
          by mark pernal
          I'm wondering...is there a way to call one action from another?

          I've seen an example of that, but it involved calling one action from another INSIDE the same SET. What I'm wondering is, is there a way to call an action from a different set?

          Thanks.
          05-16-2003, 08:19 AM
        • PaleoTube.com
          Action 37
          by PaleoTube.com
          I'm not sure how this site works but I have been working on recording actions. Here is what my "Action 37" will do to any photo. It does wonders to watercolors like the elvis stamp. This was a friend of mine shooting his traditional bow.



          Best Regards, Mario...
          07-19-2009, 06:08 AM
        Working...
        X