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making a photo look like a drawing?
Old 08-14-2011, 04:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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A while back I shot a short session and the model asked if I could make the pics more fantasy-ish. Don't you love it when people are precise and know exactly what they want?

well, today I found a set of pictures which is right along what I think would work nicely. I really liked the look. It looked almost as if it was a paintbrush painting. For a "fantasy" theme, it seems to be just what I need.
Problem is I don't know how this is done (and I'm not given enough quality time with the PC at home to learn it by trial-and-error), so I was hoping maybe someone around here could tell me the basics of how it's done or where I could find more info on this
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Old 08-15-2011, 01:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I meant "airbrush", not "paintbrush"...
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Go to youtube and type in Corel Painter X. It is a pretty intense program with a lot of options. I have done a couple of brushstroke paintings and while it took a while to get the look I was wanting, I was pleased with the final outcome. There are other programs out there and I think you may even be able to find a tutorial on a photoshop trick or two that will give similar results.
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