Roses - Dry brush

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Bored, so tried a few roses with dry brush treatment. Breaking the rules I know but hope you find them interesting.

Comments and feedbacks most welcome.

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Regards,
Jonathan
 
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I like them a lot, a cross between a picture and a painting, the texture of the flowers is so nice it gives them a smoothness.
 
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Jonathan,

What rules? The only rules I know of are that you post images that you wish to share with your friends here at the Cafe. No other rules. :lol:

Very nice shots. I really like the effect. I just got my Total Training DVD's for PS CS that I got from Scott Sherman. I'm hoping to learn more about these kinds of techniques. :wink:

Regards,
 
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I see no rules broken. Are there rules in art.

Beautiful image, beautiful art.

Thank you
 
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Dry brush settings

Thanks all for the comments. Glad that you find the dry brush treatment of interest.

To let you in on the secret, I usually try this before I throw away the bad out-of-focus images... ;-)

The procedure is quite simple:
  • Select the Artistic -> Dry Brush filter in Photoshop.
    Adjust the filter parameters to suit.
    Click OK.
    Voila.
Settings applied specific to the above images are:
  • Brush Size: 2
    Brush Detail: 8
    Texture: 1
Regards,
Jonathan
 
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