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Painting a photo

Discussion in 'Fuzzy Photo Updates' started by JacqueZ, Aug 6, 2014.

  1. JacqueZ

    JacqueZ Forums Enthusiast

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    Wow! Very nice...I wish I had your talent. Well done. :smile2:
     
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    I like that. I did one of a favorite pic of my Shay and printed it on textured paper.
     
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    looks awesome!!
     
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    Very nice- and all digital? I don't have the computer skills for that kind of work. Of course the subject is wonderful too!
     
  7. JacqueZ

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    Thanks! Yes it's all digital. I take an existing photograph and edit it in photoshop. I use a smudge brush to blend colors into an impressionist background. Than I paint on some more colors and brush strokes. Most of the details are still there, this one is a fairly quick job. Some of the ones I do for weddings take forever! People are a lot harder to do this to without making them look fairly creepy.
     
  8. Margi

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    Nice, Jacque! I never tried that with Photoshop, usually just general editing.
    Have to give that a try!


    PS Some people are just creepy LOL
     
  9. Jess041

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    Did you use a Wacom pad or something? I can't imagine doing that with a mouse!

    It's very pretty! I might have to commission you to do one of Missy!
     
  10. JacqueZ

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    Oh yes! I can do it with a mouse, but it's much harder, and awful on my wrist. If you have a good photo of Missy, I'd be happy to do one for you.
     

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