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  • Creative Portraits: A photo for the ladies

    My friend has generously given his permission to post this picture on this site. Enjoy working with this classic style portrait. If anyone wants a higher res version, please pm me and it can be emailed to you.

    I do retain the copyright on the original and on any art copies and ask that this version or any version done NOT be posted on any other site or be used for any commercial gain.

    Janet
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    Originally posted by Janet Petty
    My friend has generously given his permission to post this picture on this site. Enjoy working with this classic style portrait....
    Janet

    NOW we're talking! A photo that a woman can enjoy visually while working on Photoshop. Thank you Janet, and thanks to your friend Troy for his generosity.

    P.S., I like your taste in friends!

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    • #3
      Well, this is for starters -- low key...
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      • #4
        shh, I sneaked into the ladies' thread - I'll sign byRa so they won't notice, shh.....

        byRa
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        • #5
          It's great to work with such a good quality photo as it makes life easier to get a reasonable result. Thanks Janet and to Troy! I need all the pratice I can get in Painter and this was a treat to work on....!
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          • #6
            Charcoal and Pencil

            I did this in PS.
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            • #7
              Troy

              Ro/Ra, We HAVE to notice -- it's too well done NOT to notice!

              Neve -- Lovely! You really brought out his eyes!

              Legacy -- Delightful! Soft and yet it retains his character.


              Tried another version...
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              Last edited by CJ Swartz; 07-03-2005, 12:17 PM. Reason: Added image

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              • #8
                C.J, Ro, Neve, Elle, good job everyone!
                Mine was in painter 8, clone tool, loose brush strokes, then surface texture added.
                Thanks Janet, enjoyed doing this for your good-looking friend!
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                • #9
                  Photoshop > Art History Brush
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                  • #10
                    Rather than comment on each picture, I'm just going to say, "I'm glad ya'll like Troy's picture. I'm sure he will be pleased to see the results."

                    Here is mine.

                    Janet
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                    Last edited by Janet Petty; 07-03-2005, 10:10 PM.

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                    • #11
                      One more attempt in ps7 only...
                      Dodge, burn tools for highlights/shadows, more contrast with selective color and level adjs, one more layer of added color, low opac, overlay blend, smudge tool for the painted look, some additional blends (invert, softlight etc)filter-other-custom to bring out texture, also filter-add texture-canvas.
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                      • #12
                        judy, that turned out great!!

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by jaykita
                          Mine was done in painter 8, clone tool, loose brush strokes, then surface texture added.
                          I especially liked your Painter interpretation, Judy. You inspire me once again.

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                          I used multiple Impressionist-rendered layers (see this thread for brush modification info and general process), then over to Painter for some Blender > Grainy Blender, Artists Oils > Blender Bristle, Artists > Captured Bristle action.

                          Back to Photoshop for sharpening; back to Painter for more blending.

                          ~Danny~
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                          • #14
                            Re: Creative Portraits: A photo for the ladies

                            I'm posting this wearing a wig and using a higher pitched voice just to meet the criteria for posting (the things we do for arts sake).
                            Hope thats OK

                            Peter
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                              Re: Creative Portraits: A photo for the ladies

                              Well, I made the rendition before noticing the criteria....
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