Picturing a ruined shed on a back road to Victoria

Posted by barbara on June 13, 2015

Corel_Shed_Sept_2014.jpg

This is where it all starts, an artistic sketch I created in Corel Painter Essentials 3 on a WACOM tablet from a photo shot at 1/4000 of a second from a car travelling at 100 kph through the countryside. 

 

Corel_Shed_Sept_2014_FRESC0.jpg

Here is what my sketch looks like when transformed via Photoshop's Artistic Filter - Fresco. And it's not half bad!

 

Corel_Shed_Sept_2014_PAINT_DAUBS.jpg

Wrangling my original graphic via Photoshop Filter Artistic - Paint Daub pays off in my eyes. So love!

 

Corel_Shed_Sept_2014_Poster_Edges.jpg

How amazing (at least to me) to see the transformation wrought by Photoshop Filter Artistic - Poster Edges.

 

Corel_Shed_Sept_2014_SPONGE.jpg

Photoshop Filter Artistic - Sponge is a big improvement on the original Corel Painter Essentials 'sketch'.

 

Corel_Shed_Sept_2014_CUT_OUT.jpg

Though it's not my favourite filter by any means, Photoshop Filter Artistic - Cut Out provides an interesting take on the orginal 'sketch'.

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