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Mortar and Pestle Oil pain effect

By banehawi
Used the Oil Paint effect in CS6 on shots I took recently, - I like it, - whats the verdict?

V2 is the same filter

Tags: General Digitally manipulated

Voters: Daisymaye, Caitlin98, barbarahirst and 11 more

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Daisymaye Plus
9 23 16 Canada
2 Jul 2012 3:07AM
Very artsy. I like both very much..........Sandy

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Caitlin98 7 9 England
2 Jul 2012 4:25AM
I love this Smile It's so artistic and has depth to it, nice shot,

Caitlin x
SlowSong Plus
9 7.3k 30 England
2 Jul 2012 10:40AM
Nice shot. Still thinking about the oil paint.
Mynett 9 142 6 United Kingdom
2 Jul 2012 10:46AM
not sure about v1, the strokes seem a bit strange, but it really works beautifully on v2
Suehh 11 39 6 England
2 Jul 2012 10:40PM
Love the comp and subject, etc in V1 - but not the oil effect - can we see your orig image? I bet it is beautiful as it is. Makes me think of a countryside French kitchen. However, I have to agree with Linda- it does work v well in V2- Sue
Would like go see the De-oiled version on V1 the effect very much on V2
banehawi Plus
13 1.8k 3850 Canada
2 Jul 2012 11:20PM
Original version of V1 loaded as requested

3 Jul 2012 5:11AM
nice congratulation
Mynett 9 142 6 United Kingdom
4 Jul 2012 8:42PM
come back to see your v3 which works very well without the paint effect, as Sue says it is very French kitchen and has a lovely light.
banehawi Plus
13 1.8k 3850 Canada
4 Jul 2012 10:58PM
Thanks Linda, I was concerned it looked too noisy.



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