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  • Peter S
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    Originally posted by byRo
    Janet, I'm pretty certain that this is from the "old" El Dorado site.

    Peter - do you have a new link, or did you have this image stashed away?


    Ro you are exactly right. I downloaded quite a few before it disappeared. I only wish I had taken more.

    Peter

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  • byRo
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    Originally posted by Janet Petty
    This is a gorgeous photo. Do we get to credit the photographer and tell him/her how good it is?
    Janet, I'm pretty certain that this is from the "old" El Dorado site.

    Peter - do you have a new link, or did you have this image stashed away?

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  • Janet Petty
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    This is a gorgeous photo. Do we get to credit the photographer and tell him/her how good it is?

    I had fun experimenting with a boatload of techniques. I hope ya'll like the result as much as I've enjoy the results of others.

    Janet
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  • DannyRaphael
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    Originally posted by Peter S
    Ditto from me Danny. Just how did you get all that detail into 97.76 kB.
    Nothing special... just ran it through Photoshop's File > Save for Web dialog and specified 99Kb in the Optimize > To File Size dialog.

    The image is in fact posted at RP in the "Snap Art" thread here.

    Thanks to each of you for the kind words on my interpretation. I was pleasantly surprised at what I thought was a pretty decent looking oil painting effect based on Snap Art's "pastel" filter. LOL

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  • lkroll
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    Pixel Trash set to Value; copied the original on Top layer and set it to Saturation (adjusted Opacity to taste). Opened it up in PS and set to @Wetter2 (Paint Engine) and added canvas (well I also used gamut replacement to enhance the color/sat of the piece).

    Here's the full version.
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  • palms
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    another try from me very pretty girl

    Palms
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  • Peter S
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    Ditto from me Danny. Just how did you get all that detail into 97.76 kB.

    Palms I think your right it is a hanky, I was too interested in the rest to even notice that one. (DOH)

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  • Craig Walters
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    danny,

    along with lqqker, i concur. and i can see why you didnt post it on RP directly. all those great paint strokes would have been lost or subdued.

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  • LQQKER
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    Nice renditions posted.

    Danny - Very painterly and authentic look. Nice example.

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  • palms
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    Thanks Peter another nice image
    this is a bit of a cross between pwl and smudge ( not quite cspringers illustrated look but maybe one day ! ! ! ! )
    decided to leave what i think is a hanky of some sort in her top as i to have been guilty of doing that

    Palms
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  • MargaretM
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    PS and Painter. Wonderful colors in this image.
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  • Steve Conway
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    Nice image....interesting subject.

    Steve
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  • DannyRaphael
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    Fun image to work with, Peter. Thanks for getting us going.

    Click here to see my interpretation using Snap Art.

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  • alexmeta
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    Pencil Sketch and GertrudisPro
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  • Peter S
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    Creative Portraits: Beauty from India

    Well I hope you'll like this one as much as I did.

    First one lots of smoothing. a small adjust with Lucis (a new toy I got).
    Second carried on with Impressionist, then duped changed mode to overlay, ran Bas Relief filter. changed opacity down to about 50% as was a little harsh. this was still too much so added a layer mask and added render difference clouds to soften the effect a little.

    Looking forward to some real crackers here, enjoy.

    Peter
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