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  • DannyRaphael
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    Paint Your Life - www.paintyourlife.com

    http://www.paintyourlife.com/

    Their offerings are apparently hand made (vs. using software). Some of the work is very, very impressive.

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  • darren83
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    Re: Commercial Photo-art Sites

    This web converts photo to pencil sketch
    www.sketchmyphoto.com
    http://www.sketchmyphoto.com/Scan10004_output.jpeg

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  • dkcoats
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    Originally posted by holycan
    Eywallah kardeşim saol ya çok işime yaradı valla Emeğe saygı paylaşıma devam


    I'm From Turkey | I Don't Speak English

    You took the words right out of my mouth.

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  • DannyRaphael
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    Rod Evans

    Wow...

    http://www.evansimages.com/Default.htm

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  • DannyRaphael
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    Print2Canvas

    http://www.print2canvas.co.uk/index.htm

    No gallery at the moment (could this be a startup site), but interesting layout nonetheless.

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  • DannyRaphael
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    Easyart.com

    http://us.easyart.com/content/canvas/canvas.ghtml

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  • DannyRaphael
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    Innographx.com Phyllis Stewart

    Since the last time I've visited Phyllis Stewart's Innographx site, she's done a very impressive revamp and has begun offering a very impressive selection of "photos to paintings"...

    Here's a straight shot to her pBase gallery. This is some quality stuff, folks:
    http://www.pbase.com/pstewart/photo_art

    Don't miss her site: www.Innographx.com

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    As you poke around here at RetouchPRO, you'll eventually notice artwork posted by Phyllis (PStewart). She was a major contributor to getting photo art going here at RetouchPRO before launching her own very successful PA forum: http://www.innographx.com/forum/

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  • DannyRaphael
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    Fluffbutt PhotoPainter

    http://members.westnet.com.au/fluffbutt/index.html

    ...crafted and serviced by RetouchPRO member Fluffbutt.

    Be sure to check out the store. Photo-art on t-shirts, mugs and (yes) thong underware.

    Well done, Fluff! The sky is the limit!

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  • DannyRaphael
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    Jane Conner-ziser

    Originally posted by Xaran
    and www.helenyancy.com

    Christine
    Thanks, Christine... Helen is definitely among the best.

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    Here's the gallery of Jane Conner-ziser:

    http://www.janesdigitalart.com/portfolio.html

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  • Xaran
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    Helen Yancy

    and www.helenyancy.com

    Christine

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  • DannyRaphael
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    Marilyn Sholin

    Gallery: www.MarilynSholin.com
    Painter CDs and other tutorials: www.MSholinProSales.com

    I had the privilege of sitting in on two of Marilyn's classes recently. Her CDs are very informative, but if you ever have the chance to see her in person at, say, a trade show, DO IT.

    This lady knows her stuff not only from an artistic perspective, but as a very, very portrait photographer and successful businesswoman.

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  • DannyRaphael
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    Judy Horn

    www.horngraphics.com

    Judy lives about 40 miles from me.

    She does amazing work with Painter.

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  • DannyRaphael
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    David Cole

    And David's site, of course...

    http://www.davidcolepictures.co.uk/

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  • DannyRaphael
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    Michael Isenburg MDI Imaging

    Link provided by David Cole

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    Michael Isenburg
    http://www.mdiimaging.com/site/index.cfm

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  • DannyRaphael
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    Steven Friedman DigitalArtMasterworks

    Link provided by David Cole

    Steven Friedman
    http://www.digitalartmasterworks.com/default.htm

    Note: Steven uses Microsoft Digital Image Pro, which has Impressionist plugin-like functionalty "built into" the program, but it's not nearly as easy as using the plugin some of us know and love.

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