Sunday, 10 February 2013

Oil Painting in Photoshop CS6

Whilst staying at my dads house I discovered 'Oil Painting' in Photoshop CS6.
I am always fiddling with something and do most of that in the evening time after my father has gone to bed. So this time I have fiddled with some of my photos, but from a bit of a distance they look nicer.


Road to a Wilderness.


Tamar River. The hill that leads to the Gorge.


Nandina growing in the garden.


A Rotunda in the City Park.  Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

19 comments:

  1. So you took some paintings or pictures and added an effect on it? It looks super.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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    1. I took the photos (pictures) myself, then I made them into oil paintings with the software programme Photoshop CS6 on my computer (computer graphics).
      Pleased you like what I have done.

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  2. They are great fun - I am a great one for experimenting myself, it is very addictive.

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    1. Rosemary, I have seen a few of your lovely fiddlings :) it is such fun.

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  3. wow, they look really good. i got photoshop recently but haven't played with it much. i must have a look at this feature. i esp. like the foliage. :)

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    1. I am sure you will come up with someone wonderful when you get the hang of it.
      I like the foliage one and I might print it out.

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  4. looks much better than the oil painting filter in GIMP

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    1. Thanks Adam. I too have GIMP but don't use it much.

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  5. Very nice! I've tried my hand at this in photoshop a few times - it's a great effect.

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    1. Once I never fiddled with my photos like above, I just made graphics as in wallpapers, phone wallpapers etc. for myself mainly.

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  6. Oh M these are beautiful very frame worthy. I love them the tree one on top reminds me of a Emily Carr painting who I truly love. Great job keep fiddling. HUG xxoo G

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    1. Thanks B..I like the top one too, plus the Nandina one.

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  7. OH, WOW THEY LOOK SO PRETTY , LET ME KNOW YOU THAT I AM NEW FOLLOWER OF YOUR BLOG.
    AUNT MARY
    eastway1234.blogspot.in

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    1. Thanks Aunt Mary. I am aware that you are a new follower, however your link doesn't work!

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    2. WHITEANGEL This is the link of my blog
      http://easyway1234.blogspot.com/

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