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Old August 21st, 2007, 12:32 AM
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More Filter Fun

Pick a picture you want to work with and adjust the lighting, color and sharpness to your liking. This doesn't have to be a perfectly composed or sharp shot. Crop, if necessary, to get rid of any dead space. Now the fun -

Filters>Brush Strokes>Cross Hatch
Play with the Stroke Length & Sharpness levers any way you want to. Then -

Filters>Artistic>Dry Brush
Adjust Brush Size & Brush Detail to your liking.

If you don't like the creation just zap it and start again.
Please share your winners with us and add any new twists
that you come up with.

Hhttp://www.flamingpear.com/download.html Here's a source for some great plug-ins
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Old August 21st, 2007, 10:59 AM
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Ron, thanks for the continuation of your ideas of Filter Fun,
it is fun



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Old August 21st, 2007, 12:22 PM
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That's fun. I wondered what the crosshatching did, so I tried the dry brush without the crosshatching first, and what a difference! I got carried away and did two, hope it's okay to post them both.



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Thanks for the fun idea. I can see that I need to explore this further. To me, this picture looks like one of those paint-by-numbers projects I used to do as a girl!
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That's fun. I wondered what the crosshatching did, so I tried the dry brush without the crosshatching first, and what a difference! I got carried away and did two, hope it's okay to post them both.



Why don't you start a gallery and put them in it?
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This is a great technique, Ron. Thank you!



This is a cute little Westie we encountered while playing golf in Las Vegas. I wanted to steal him!
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Ron, thanks for the comment and suggestion. It's probably hard for lots of us just starting out to know whether we should start a gallery and even what to put there, but just a nudge from someone we respect can be the incentive we need.
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Ron, thanks for the comment and suggestion. It's probably hard for lots of us just starting out to know whether we should start a gallery and even what to put there, but just a nudge from someone we respect can be the incentive we need.
We all started not too long ago and we all had questions and got answers from other people that enjoy helping. I gave someone fits before I got my signature right. If you take the initiative to learn you will find unlimited support here, from both the professionally prepared materials and from us advanced amateurs.
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Nice Technique

Thanks Ron!

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Here's my effort. This is a fun effect!
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