Watercolor splashes formed like a hummingbird

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Watercolor splashes formed like a hummingbird

Post by dutchman » Wed 16 Nov 2016 16:58

Saw it on the Internet.
Copy an image of a flying hummingbird from the internet.
Open the image in PL and draw the scape of the bird with watercolor splashes.
You can form the splashes with ""distort and/or liquify".
Sure... it could be better, but it was a first try.
bird-pl-768.jpg
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Re: Watercolor splashes formed like a hummingbird

Post by Paul » Tue 22 Nov 2016 09:51

I love your experiments and designs posted here! I'm gonna try this too.
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Re: Watercolor splashes formed like a hummingbird

Post by dutchman » Tue 22 Nov 2016 13:45

Hi Paul,
if you do so, I look forward and would like to see your work here... if possible.
Try it i.e. wt watersplashes.
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Re: Watercolor splashes formed like a hummingbird

Post by Paul » Fri 25 Nov 2016 18:56

Hi Toni,
My work is more correcting existing images, supplied by customers. Like, I made a layer with transparent raindrops over an existing photograph.
Or, someone wanted a bookcover. After some experimenting I now have a PL file where I just drop the cover of a book and it is automatically a 3D presentation. It has a little embossing as an extra.
And the other day I tried to remake the Radio1-logo.
Hope you like it.
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Re: Watercolor splashes formed like a hummingbird

Post by dutchman » Fri 25 Nov 2016 19:34

Hi Paul,
Great! Show us, what you do with Photoline. We can learn, you can learn.
1)
try to show us your examples in a higher resolution.
2)
The waterdrops on the window screen seems to be too large to be realistic. Try smaller ones.
I will try to make one to compare.
The book cover looks very nice to me.
Best regards and have a nice weekend.
toni

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Re: Watercolor splashes formed like a hummingbird

Post by dutchman » Sat 26 Nov 2016 16:32

A try...
window2.jpg
the layers:
window.jpg
near view:
window3.jpg
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Re: Watercolor splashes formed like a hummingbird

Post by dutchman » Sun 27 Nov 2016 17:02

Did a retry...:
bedroom-window768.jpg
The used images from http://www.pixabay.com:
bedroom-window768-2.jpg
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