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  • MiningArt
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    Re: PHOTO ART: Mini-Challenge #56 – Chicago Skylin

    changed to a pano of the skyline
    made the clouds a bit more interesting
    highlighted the detail of the buildings
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  • Craig Walters
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    i like those watercolors, alex

    and nice one, rombagirl and welcome to RP

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  • Rombagirl
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    Re: PHOTO ART: Mini-Challenge #56 – Chicago Skylin

    My hometown! I used many different techniques; began with faux HDR, minimal line art, gradient map, adjustments to saturation, contrast, various blending modes - a total of 8 layers.
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  • alexmeta
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    Janet, Palms thank you.
    I use Photoshop CS and plug-ins - Impressionist, Snap Art, Virtual Painter.
    But I prefer to make my works in PSCS, filters only without plug-ins -- the watercolor you like.
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  • palms
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    Re: PHOTO ART: Mini-Challenge #56 – Chicago Skyline II

    Originally posted by alexmeta
    Two attempts of watercolor
    Again Alex i like this technique you are using. Which software are you using ?



    Palms

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  • Janet Petty
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    Re: PHOTO ART: Mini-Challenge #56 – Chicago Skyline II

    Alex, I really like number 2. It is bold, crisp, and refreshing.

    Janet

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  • alexmeta
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    Two attempts of watercolor
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  • Peter S
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    Liked the way the clouds came out in this one.

    Lucis and poster edges mainly

    Peter
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  • garazon
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    Found this I had done when I first came across RP , but never posted, can't remeber how I did it, but I'm sure there was a porcelain effect somewhere in there, and looks like an airbrush and ink PSPscript.
    Looking back through the images posted to this thread I think it was Chance's image that got me on this moonlight kick I seem to be on now.
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  • Steve Conway
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    Thank you much. I appreciate your nice comments.

    Steve

    Originally posted by Nanls
    Painter Arcylic, history bush in PS, uped H/S

    Steve.. very, very, nice watercolor

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  • Nanls
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    Painter Arcylic, history bush in PS, uped H/S

    Steve.. very, very, nice watercolor
    Legacy.. lovely ...
    ~Nancy~

    hmmm, having problems uploading, well try again manana.

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  • TwoLaidBack
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    This is my humble try at this challenge.

    Simple Watercolor effect using PSP v8.
    TwoLaidBack
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  • Steve Conway
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    How 'bout a storm on the way? Windy city and all that stuff.

    Steve
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  • Swampy
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    Danny, ya caught me in an arty mood. Fun project!

    Photoshop CS

    1. Ran a sketch filter and adjusted the levels on the result
    2. Painted on a new layer with a Dry Brush
    3. Added frame
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  • Steve Conway
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    No offense or "humbling" intended. Your version showed a lot of imagination and was quite well done. I only have the guts to post what I do because I believe in "the eye of the beholder" idea. And what looks great to some will look like junk to others. 8-)

    Thanks for your kind comments.

    Steve

    Originally posted by lkroll
    Good job Steve. Humbled I am.

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