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  • DannyRaphael
    Tutorial (link): Edges, Outlines, Sketch effect
    by DannyRaphael
    This is a terrific illustration of four easy methods for getting "edges" courtesy of Tammy Niemand. The final results can be used by themselves or as the basis for creating outlines for a watercolor painting ala the traditional method.

    http://www.pbase.com/niemand/image/405...
    03-08-2005, 02:38 PM
  • DannyRaphael
    Tutorial 06: Pencil sketch
    by DannyRaphael
    In retrospect this probably should have been the FIRST of the basic skills series because it is such a frequently used photo-art technique. In addition it is among the few that can be converted to a Photoshop action that doesn't render the original image into something that looks like a three-year-old...
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    Sorry, but I did not find it useful at all.
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    12-29-2002, 02:21 AM
  • DannyRaphael
    Creative interpretations: Baseball - Big Swing
    by DannyRaphael
    Great shot by R.Hall of his son takin' a BIG swing (and connecting). Too bad about the red blanket (or jacket) behind the fence, but maybe you can splice a section of fence over it.

    Batter up!

    ~Danny~...
    07-12-2004, 11:55 PM
  • DannyRaphael
    TRY IT 001: Portraits using Find Edges + Levels
    by DannyRaphael
    Photoshop 7.01, but this applies to any version.

    Since I have no traditional drawing skills, I've always liked the Filter > Stylize > Find Edges filter when it comes to converting portraits to photo-art.

    This method works better on close-ups than "far away shots."...
    07-01-2003, 02:40 PM
  • DannyRaphael
    Tutorial 07: Dreamy Color Art
    by DannyRaphael
    This method or variations on it are posted many places on the internet. With the right image (ones with a fair amount of detail and some color variation) the results can be very pleasing. It doesn't work all that well, however, on portraits.

    1. Background: Layer > Duplicate Layer…...
    11-14-2002, 06:48 PM
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