Picturing Mutawintji (National Park), north western NSW, Australia

Posted by barbara on October 12, 2013

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The red rocks of the Bynguano Ranges dominate the arid landscape of Mutawintji National Park, 878 km west of Sydney and about 130 km north-east of Broken Hill

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My original 'sketch' of Mutawintji National Park above was created on a WACOM tablet using the Chalk brush function.

Blog_Corell_Mutawintji_watercolour.jpgI created the version above by applying the Photoshop Filter - Artistic - Watercolour.

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This is how the original graphic turned out when I applied Photoshop's Artistic Filter - Sponge.

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As always, Photoshop's Artistic filter - Fresco darkens the original graphic, to the point where I had to adjust the brightness to make it acceptable, at least to my eyes.

 

Blog_Corell_Mutawintji_plastic_wrap.jpg Here's something different, namely Photoshop's Artistic Filter - Plastic Edges.

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