Picturing the Wagga Wagga Hills in south western NSW Australia

Posted by barbara on October 14, 2015

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This very slapdash digital sketch was created in Corel Painter 3 on a WACOM tablet and at first glance it's not much to look at. 

 

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For something completely surprising, the same graphic is transformed via Photoshop's Colour Half Tone.

 

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Here's Photoshop Filter Artistic Drybrush.

 

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Aaah! Photoshop's Glowing Edges filter. Enjoy!

 

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This is Photoshop's Filter Mezzotint of the original image.

 

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Here's Photoshop Filter Poster Edges.

 

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As always, I love the Photoshop Filter Sponge.

 

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And here's what the original digital image looks like once wrangled through Photoshop's Filter Distortion Polar Coordinates.

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