Posted by barbara on November 2, 2013
After a swing through Northern NSW a few years ago, I did a quick 'sketch' of Tenterfield's granite hills on a WACOM tablet in Chalk mode.
Fascinated by the 'loaves and fishes' outcome offered by Photoshop's Artistic Fliters and other related functions, I ran the original skecth through the CutOut function (above).
My next experiement was to see what Photshop's Filter Distort - Glass might make of my sketch. I don't mind it one little bit.
And I am also quite partial to the application of Photoshop - Artistic - Smudgestick filter, though I had to try out a number of options to get an outcome I was happy with.
Here's Photoshop's Palette Knife, an end product I am very happy with.
What a contrast with Photoshop's Pixillate - Pointillise filter.
As always, the result of applying Photoshop's Artistic - Fresco filter (above) is broodingly moody and intense. If only my brain could 'paint' like that first up.
Ha! Here we have the outcome of applying Photoshop Filter - Plastic Wrap, as in interesting!
And here for good measure is Photoshop - Artistic - Mezzotint - Coarse dots.
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