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  • Craig Walters
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    thanks, gerry

    and thanks, amica. i think i like that one best, also

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  • PaleoTube.com
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    This one was fun so I tried a couple things. first one is 2 actions on yop of eachothe and a bit of cloning to fix the right eye. Second was a minimalist version of the combo. Man I'm in trouble now that I know this site is here.

    Mario
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  • Bodak
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    Combination of Photoshop and Snap Art

    http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a343/Bodak/smile.jpg

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  • geepee52
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    Thanks for the compliments on this image.It was a good image to work on.

    Grant

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  • Steve Conway
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    Originally posted by amica999 View Post
    Steve, that looks really nice, but what happened to the teeth?
    Sorry....Now those teeth stand out as individuals!

    Steve C.
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  • PaleoTube.com
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    Action 37 - Created by Mario Antoci ...lol

    Reality is I made this by mistake and was recording so I was able to save the steps

    Mario Antoci’s Action 37 – Basic


    Smudge Stick

    Stroke: 3
    Highlight area: 3
    Intensity:8

    Dust and Scratchs

    Radius: 5
    Threshold: 3

    Glowing Edges

    Edge width: 4
    Edge Brightness: 13
    Smoothness: 14

    in that order.

    Mario

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  • PaleoTube.com
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    I'll give you guys the action if you promise to share any fame or fortune from it. hahaha

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  • PaleoTube.com
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    Here is Grants photo with my action 37 .... lil smudge stick, noise, blur, glow, and smoothed. Thanks for the cool images everyone. Grants is my fav so far.

    Mario
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  • amica999
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    Steve, that looks really nice, but what happened to the teeth?

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  • Steve Conway
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    Looks a little like Cheech of "Cheech & Chong."

    Steve C.
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  • GerryB
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    Thanks, amica999, for the compliment and for the nice picture to work with .

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  • amica999
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    Gerry, very nice.
    Craig, very different, I personally prefer no. 3
    OB, well done

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  • 0lBaldy
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    WoW! Some great renditions presented! Thanks for the play Amica!

    I see "Cheech" Marin...
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  • GerryB
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    Thanks, Craig. The frame is one of my own. I make all my frames from scratch, or they were at one time. I have a collection of several "one side of a frame." The sides are all vertical and were started with the same colors. The thing that changes is what kind of layer styles I use. When I decide which one I want, I copy that side to my project. If the longest side is horizontal, I rotate the layer 90 degrees and scale it to fit the side of the picture and the thickness i want. Then I make a copy and rotate a side until I have a right angle. I miter the corner then merge the two layers. I make a copy of the resulting layer, rotate it 180 degrees and miter the remaining corners. I merge these two layers and add a few layer styles. From start to finish it takes about 5 minutes to do one.

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  • Craig Walters
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    hehe, ok, i can do these all night. i dont do this too often, but i took the output from one filter and fed it back into another filter; both filter forge filters, one mine, one someone else's.
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