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  • #46
    Re: Creative Portraits: Grandma

    An Arcimboldo interpretation. Follow this thread on a cool utility that I used for the majority of the rendering (had to add a few things manually still; created a GIMP Image Hose of Arcimboldo parts to finish things off). Note that the utility is very limited now and in Alpha stage of development (limits to 700pxX700px), but I see extreme promise in it not only for Arcimboldo interpretations.
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    • #47
      Re: Creative Portraits: Grandma

      you are truly weird, lyle. but then, so am i, which is why i like it i downloaded the alpha. i wonder if when he allows one to make one's own packs if one couldnt use psp tubes? seems a natural.

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      • #48
        Re: Creative Portraits: Grandma

        Actually another fan {note that the site is in Czech} created his own packs and a object pack creator. Haven't played with the creator yet, but have played with his custom packs which is cool. I'm very hopeful that the creator of this gem will do what he said and allow for bigger renderings then 700X700. You may have noticed too that the width needs to be greater then or equal to the height or you get a cut-off. Still fun play.

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        • #49
          Re: Creative Portraits: Grandma

          uhm, ok... not being czech, which link is the pack creator and which the pack?

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          • #50
            Re: Creative Portraits: Grandma

            Here's the direct link Craig (no I do not know how to speak Czech either; lol).

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            • #51
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              thanks, lyle

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              • #52
                Re: Creative Portraits: Grandma

                Try to watercolor
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                • #53
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                  Line Tracer and a few additional things.
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                  • #54
                    Re: Creative Portraits: Grandma

                    Originally posted by alexmeta View Post
                    Try to watercolor
                    that is very interersting Alex, different but great

                    Palms

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                    • #55
                      Re: Creative Portraits: Grandma

                      Thanks, Palms.

                      Another different experiment
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                      • #56
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                        Enhanced the lines and simplified.
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                        • #57
                          Re: Creative Portraits: Grandma

                          I found this effect tutorial and I made the photoshop action file (.atn) for this effect to work.
                          Use it as you like. Click Here
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                          Last edited by 810924; 01-15-2010, 03:40 AM. Reason: add a link for a shared photoshop actions

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                          • #58
                            Re: Creative Portraits: Grandma

                            Originally posted by 810924 View Post
                            I found this effect tutorial and I made the photoshop action file (.atn) for this effect to work. But which section in this forum that I can upload, does anyone able to help me?
                            Sure can...

                            You will need to "zip" the .atn file, then add a post to the following thread (upload/attach the .zip file):

                            http://www.retouchpro.com/forums/pho...llections.html

                            Appreciate your offer to share your handiwork!

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