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notes: I used different "spread" values in the brush settings docker to create the random foliage.

original image was blue sky and green foliage, but I was adjusting the global hue for the image and preferred an autumn look. I copied that to the clipboard and control-z'ed back to the first view. Then I pasted the autumn version over top, erasing some of the foliage with a rough nib. This means I erased through the top object/layer to reveal different colors from the image below.

I applied the plastic effect to the mountain range, and adjusted the opacity of the effect with the "fade last command" feature. I also used the smear tool on the mountains.

The brightness effect tool was used to brighten and darken certain areas, using a soft-edged nib.
· Date: 11-10-2005 · Views: 64384 · Filesize: 99.5kb · Dimensions: 600 x 450 ·
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Registered: September 2005
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11-10-2005 21:04 Rating: 8.00 

Great job. Colors flow nicely Only thing that really catches my eye is the darker portion of the flowers following the road. Very hard lines compared to the soft feel of the rest of the piece.
better than I can do
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Registered: April 2005
Posts: 362
12-10-2005 05:32

Hi Fluid,

Actually I only make about 3 pics like this year. Most of the time I make more technical or photo realistic stuff, so it's a real challenge to do the opposite by not worrying about all the details like I normally do. :-)

I'm pretty comfortable with the tools in PP now, what's hard is "letting go" and just blobbing random stuff on the screen that might "suggest" items.

Check out some of Ruth Huking's stuff in PP:


see "road to helen's house" and "montana ghost town" in detail, notice how she makes trees & shrubs. Very simple but very cool imo.

I saw your work Fluid, I bet you could do this kind of thing too. It's brutal to get past the mental block, but just sit down and go for it, you might be suprised. Sooo... just do it, that's an order, soldier! :-)

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Registered: September 2005
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12-10-2005 13:52

She has some very nice art. I am finally teaching myself PP. Dont cringe but Ive always used PS for my raster work. Something like this and hers I would create in corel, take into PS now PP and manipulate there to look more like a painting.

sweet stuff.
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