Watercolour Look

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Wow Peter :shock: - what a great way to restart this thread! I really like that picture. I'm not sure I would have seen that as coming from a photograph at all. Can you share some at least of how you did it?
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Birma wrote:Wow Peter :shock: - what a great way to restart this thread! I really like that picture. I'm not sure I would have seen that as coming from a photograph at all. Can you share some at least of how you did it?
I was going to ask the same thing.
Or is it +1 :roll:
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Birma wrote:Wow Peter :shock: - what a great way to restart this thread! I really like that picture. I'm not sure I would have seen that as coming from a photograph at all. Can you share some at least of how you did it?
A bit of deja vu here - the answer as to how it is done was covered previously in this same thread. The only real change - nowadays I do my own printing on an Epson 3880. I would use Epson Velvet Fine Art paper for this one - haven't made a print of it yet.

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:oops: Of course - looking back in the thread I see the details - thanks Peter.
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Birma wrote::oops: Of course - looking back in the thread I see the details - thanks Peter.
:oops: OK, +1 from me too...
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Great effect.
I've messed about trying to recreate something similar years ago, and while i came pretty close, the amount off effort and time take, using allot of manual effort, generally wasn't worth it. But this looks great.
Cant wait to try out.
Original image works the best.
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