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On the advice of Ronnie I have added V2.
More colour in this one with the tree branches.The award is more for all the images you have uploaded with this painting effect.I just like to see something ''different'' !!
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Thank you very much Mick.
Your original photo has been a delightful composition, Lucien, and has lent itself so well to the oil painting processing, giving the image an 'oldy worldy' effect which is so attractive. The result is superb and would make a wonderful wall hanging.
I feel it could have been enhanced even a little bit more had you cloned out the yellow street marking first. Just a minor observation with which I hope you do not take offence. Congrats.on the user award for the series.
Wonderful work - Need I say more.
Thank you Ronnie, I never take offence to advice, and in fact I think you are right, I'll keep an eye out in all future ones that I do.
Thank you Saeid.
Excellent work, well done
Thank you Debbie.
Ohhh! this is very nice! Very nice!
Thank you Jenn.
Have just viewed V 2 and I think the omission of the street marking does keep the image more in keeping with the era suggested by the type of processing applied. I certainly prefer it.
Kindest regards, Ronnie.
Great work - V2 for me !
Nice work! V2 for me too.
I'd really love to create something like this. It looks amazing.
Strangely enough, I looked at V1 for a wee while first and when I looked at V2 I thought it was missing something - Yes, the yellow line. For some reason I prefer V1 but have to agree with the others that V2 is more in keeping with the feel of the location.
agree with ronnie, the olde world charm of v2. For me this is the best with the finer brush strokes.lesley
beautiful effect here, i prefer v1 with the line...
Thank you Ronnie, Chris, Ty, Mike, Lesley & Rahul.
I like this very much indeed - your treatment is very effective. Of the two, I prefer v1 with yellow line.
A lovely oil painting and good idea to remove the yellow line to give it a more "old world" feel.
Thank you Ken & Joan.
Really charming, but better without the yellow lines. Blurred like they are in V1 they wouldn't be legally enforceable anyway...
Wonderful images. V1, although how do you choose!!
Thank you Moira & Carol.
I stayed in a cottage called "Tamarisk" at the top of the steep hill heading out of Mousehole many years ago, this photo brought all the memories back, great shot, prefer it without the yellow lines
Thank you Nicky.
Lovely, I could live with this on my wall. Particularly like V2 without the yellow line, but wow... timeless and peaceful. helen x
Thank you Helen.
This is again beautifully done, and I like the yellow line there A well deserved award
Thank you Lillian.
Beautiful! Mousehole is such a lovely little place, and this really does it justice.
Thank you Theresa.
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