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  • Creative Portraits: Grandma

    Here's a photo by C.Roux of someone's grandma for your artistic interpretation. No amount of glamour would ever replace her grace, elegance, wisdom or chocolate chip cookies.

    ~Danny~
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  • #2
    Grandma has had a makeover - cloned out those glasses, added some highlights to the hair (with the dodge tool), and simply changed the color of her lipstick (blank layer with normal paint mode and low opacity, brush color over lips). Here she is now...such a pretty grandma! And oh yes, a new background color - big difference, what?
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    • #3
      Here's one of grandma with a watercolor effect (i hope)
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      Last edited by jaykita; 08-11-2004, 05:04 AM.

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      • #4
        Stellar job on the makeover. (#1) Worth every buck she paid for it!

        I'd have preferred #2 w/o the texture; the painted version looks quite nice all by itself.

        Grandma would be pleased with either. Cookies for you!
        ~Danny~

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        • #5
          Duplicated background twice.

          First duplicate xero line art in drawing mode.

          Second duplicate xero line art in sketch mode - line thickness 6.
          layer mode = multiply, Erased sketch lines over the face.

          Followed by Trimoon's water colour effect using a white layer.

          Merged layers and texturised.

          Christine
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          • #6
            lady

            Christine, I really like that one. I buzzed her, removed some wrinkles, fixed her lipstick, ran xero porcelain, then toned down the pink skin and did a soft focus.

            AmyHutton
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            • #7
              Very nice everyone, diverse and pleasant viewing. I extracted her from the bg first and pasted into a new bg image (which had the edges darkened) image. Smudged her hair and applied a PSP8.01 Artistic Brushstroke on a new layer. Slightly erased certain parts I didn't want. Since I'm about to become a grandma for the 5th time I felt compelled to try this one.
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              • #8
                This one was created using two actions (Burled Myrtle (100px) and * Paint-Sketch-07) that accompany Al Ward's Photoshop Productivity Tool Kit book (click here for more info.)

                If you're into digital frames and edges, some of the results achieved by actions on this CD are beyond awesome.

                ~Danny~
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                • #9
                  Oil pastel brush in ps7.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by jaykita
                    Oil pastel brush in ps7.
                    ...and this one too. Just the right amount of detail.

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                    • #11
                      Err mine is abit different lol!

                      First what i did with the lovely looking Grandma...I took her to my psp studio and gave her a cup of tea...then we took some shots of glamour and some shots of porcelain (scripts like actions).

                      Second picture i took Grandma to my Photoshop studio here we had cookies with milk.. Here I used the new plugin i obtained from Flora (Moderator) in another thread called Neat Image this filtered out any flaws...Not saying Grandma as flaws but the first picture did lol!

                      Thats all folks...

                      Oh Grandma had a nice day in the studio your be happy to hear!

                      Legacy~


                      I prefer the first one...but i tried and tried to control the red but just couldn't anyone got any ideas on how i can do so?
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                      Last edited by Legacy~Art; 01-16-2005, 05:48 PM.

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                      • #12
                        I'm afraid I wasn't so nice to poor Grandma, but I did take her for some botox jabs to get rid of her wrinkles !!

                        Background is one of my own creations, and the rest was lots of playing between Painter and PSCS.
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                        • #13
                          Grandma we love ya...

                          Grandma we do...Don't we Pam?

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                          • #14
                            Grandma...

                            Painter IX:

                            Complete image done with various size Camel Oil Cloner in Painter IX.

                            Finished off with Photoshop for more depth of colour.
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                            • #15
                              There's no such thing as an "average" Grandma.
                              Layers adjustment layer
                              fievels gothic glow: Centre of Interest
                              PS: Filters:Render: 2 O'clock Spotlight/ 50/43 Blue texture/Mountainous

                              Cheers
                              Dave
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