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Ann’s Arty Attempts

ImageArt

MobiLifer
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Ann
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iPhone 11 Pro
My 365
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What with the FotoDa fever, I have been doing a couple of shakes but changing them a bit

Here I blended the results back with one of the original images in IC and then gave it a painterly twist in Glaze.

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An original with a slightly changed background and added Glaze. Didn’t feel like I got this completely right.
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This was supposed to be a FotoDa image but was done from scratch and rather inspired by the FotoDa image
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Starzee

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Star Greathouse
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iPhone Xs Max
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What with the FotoDa fever, I have been doing a couple of shakes but changing them a bit

Here I blended the results back with one of the original images in IC and then gave it a painterly twist in Glaze.

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An original with a slightly changed background and added Glaze. Didn’t feel like I got this completely right.
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This was supposed to be a FotoDa image but was done from scratch and rather inspired by the FotoDa image
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Beautiful!!!
 

JillyG

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Jilly
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iPhone 11 Pro Max
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Messing about with the automatic selection in Procreate which can be pretty tricky. Created the background and then ran versions through SuperPhoto and Glaze which I blended in IC. Added a border in Snapseed.
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BEautiful. I love the colours. I haven’t tried the auto selection in Procreate. I laboriously tap around the subject with the selection tool. Even Enlight and Superimpose are better. :rolleyes: But then, after it’s selected, you can do all kinds of things with it in Procreate.
 

sinnerjohn

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John
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Pixel
What with the FotoDa fever, I have been doing a couple of shakes but changing them a bit

Here I blended the results back with one of the original images in IC and then gave it a painterly twist in Glaze.

View attachment 153783

An original with a slightly changed background and added Glaze. Didn’t feel like I got this completely right.
View attachment 153784

This was supposed to be a FotoDa image but was done from scratch and rather inspired by the FotoDa image
View attachment 153782
Love the painterly effect on that 3rd one, really nice.
 

terse

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Ted
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iPhone Xs

ImageArt

MobiLifer
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Ann
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iPhone 11 Pro
My 365
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BEautiful. I love the colours. I haven’t tried the auto selection in Procreate. I laboriously tap around the subject with the selection tool. Even Enlight and Superimpose are better. :rolleyes: But then, after it’s selected, you can do all kinds of things with it in Procreate.
Thanks, Jilly. I wanted to use shapes to cut out bits of an image to see the image below and the automatic selection works great for this But it does take a while to understand. Also you can save selections and apply them again.
 

ImageArt

MobiLifer
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Ann
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iPhone 11 Pro
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Love the painterly effect on that 3rd one, really nice.
I really like the texture on the first and third. It's like handmade paper. And in the third one, the top half is striking enough to be another image on its own. Great work.
And this one's even better.
Thanks folks. I’m becoming quite partial to using Glaze to make images painterly. I either blend it with the original or put it over the original with reduced opacity because the effects are rather strong.
 
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