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  • Estrella
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    wow, that's really cool, Dron!
    What did you use? Please teach us.

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  • Peter S
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    Fantastic watercolor.
    Probably the best virtual watercolors I've seen
    very nice, vitaly!
    Thanks for the comments Jordan/Pavel. If I had have three thumbs I would have given you them up Vitaly. Still get two thumbs up from me though. Fantastic watercolor.
    What more can you add, nothing, have to agree.

    Peter

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  • lkroll
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    Thanks for the comments Jordan/Pavel. If I had have three thumbs I would have given you them up Vitaly. Still get two thumbs up from me though. Fantastic watercolor.

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  • Craig Walters
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    very nice, vitaly!

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  • pavel123
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    Originally posted by Dron58 View Post
    My version of this couple.
    Fantastic watercolor.
    Probably the best virtual watercolors I've seen

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  • Dron58
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    My version of this couple.
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  • pavel123
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    Lyle, I second Jordan here, fantastic rendition.
    Pavel

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  • mikajomc
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    Lyle I really like this one.

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  • lkroll
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    Just another experiment. Dup (3 total layers), ran Xero's Supersmooth set to Grain Extract on top layer. Additionally ran Wavelet Denoise on the same layer. Set the layer to Grain Extract and merged down. Then did autolevel and blended result to base layer. Flattened and ran Xero's Supersmooth on that (for some cleanup). Outlined so I wouldn't forget what I did and just in case someone else wanted to know how I did it.
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  • lkroll
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    Missed your question Craig (apologies). Can't remember exactly what I did here, but it looks like I used Paint Engine, @Wetter2 preset for part of the rendition.

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  • FranS
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    Welcome, Paul. Great painting -- I'm looking forward to seeing more from you.

    Fran

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  • mikajomc
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    Very nice Paul! Welcome to RetouchPro

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  • plewis
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    Thanks for suggesting this pic. Nice tension and balance.
    -paul
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  • Craig Walters
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    oh, i like that, estrella!

    thanks, palms and yes, both filter forge and at work

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  • palms
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    very nice Craig, xmas has come early for you

    very nice Estrella

    Palms

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