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  • oltenius
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    Thanks for the nice photo!
    Great interpretations by all.
    Dan
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  • Dron58
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    Another watercolor version to this thread.
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  • lynn55
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    That Beautiful.

    I adjusted mehdi - Edges FX from mehdiplugins.com

    Thank you
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  • MiningArt
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    Daisy on the Beach

    Finished up using Impressionist.
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  • palms
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    forgot to post this one

    Palms
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  • Joeven
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    Originally posted by Kraellin View Post
    very cool, joe
    Thanks Craig.

    Joe

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  • Craig Walters
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    very cool, joe

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  • Joeven
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    I don't like flowers but I like this Daisy.

    Joe
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  • sylvia1065
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    Watercolor version with pattern stamp tool and adjustment layers.
    Sylvia
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  • lkroll
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    Toying with a new idea for creating aniso that uses Mehdi's Fine Threshhold filter. Outlined the method here, but on the third (created a total for 4 duplicate layers by the way), set the layer property to Value (yes, I'm using GIMP; please PS guys give me the Value layer property). I did a few other things too to clean and saturate the piece.
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  • Peter S
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    That much sunburn has got to hurt.
    Should have used the lotion Daisy.

    Peter
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  • lkroll
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    Toned sketch.

    Used Flaming Pear's Pixel Trash (one of my favorites) and Impresionist Detailed Monochrome Pencil for this one. Added a hint of reddish color tone last.
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  • Craig Walters
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    legacy

    Ro, thanks. like i said, interesting effect. the water almost looks rigid, especially where it's in large globs. glassine.

    Craig

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  • Janet Petty
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    Shut yer mouth Daisy. We know the water's cold. hehehehe
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  • byRo
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    Craig,

    One of the hot subjects around these days is colour correction using LAB mode. As a challenge, I played with this image just trying to fix the skin tones.
    Then twiddled with the A and B curves completely separating skin from sea.
    Seeing as skin and sea were going separate ways, did a sortta glamour retouch on the skin (masked) and an absurd (USM) sharpening for the water.


    (twiddled = twist and fiddle)

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