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Me too (the red border). And how the more complex lines of the city on the horizon are matched by the more complex lines in the foreground of the rock peepholeFrom my walk this morning. I used iColorama and Imaengine. Please know I just started with Imaengine the other day and it’s so much fun I can’t even tell if my stuff makes any sense and I don’t care I love love love this red border. This is a shot over rough ground and water of my far-away city View attachment 157631
Afaic, ’so much fun’ + ‘I don’t care’ = A True Artistit’s so much fun I can’t even tell if my stuff makes any sense and I don’t care
I think the process above would normally take about an hour if I was just doing it for fun, but my sister wanted portraits of her two cats so I have gone back to redo some things so two and a half hours tinkering. The image above was just fall out from messing around.Thanks for the mini tutorial, Ann! That’s a serious workflow (for a great result*** ). Approx how many hours would you say all up?
***Cool writing/greeting card image, too — do you make or sell cards?
Saving this! Look at me, I’m gonna follow a mini tutorialNo, order would be:
- Snapseed to tune the image.
- Superimpose X to separate the cat from the background. I love the mask brush which you can just run along the edge of the object you are cutting out.
- Procreate to add or improve details such as whiskers over the new plain background
- ImaEngine to simplify the cat. I do a lot of editing of the image with the vector editor within the app (paintbrush at the top) and I switch off the outline layer.
- Inkwork to get an outline (edges) that I might prefer. I also sometimes use Adobe Capture too except it seems to be converting the canvas to square now which is very irritating for blending.
- Procreate or iColorama to blend versions.
- Pastello to give the whole thing a painterly look.
- In this case I did final blending in IC to get the way out colours and to up the Vibrance.
- I used Retouch to correct a small blotch I didn’t like.
Aw, thank you, I’m most chuffed to have a compliment about shape & colour from you