Red ochre

ArtyThing (new 3rd Feb 2016)

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Red ochre! Thank you very much.   <3    :beer:  :pizza:  

 

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*From my garden.  ;)

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Indeed - thank you for this very interesting plugin :) .  So many ways to try this ......... as I am now doing.  Is that you in the examples - with icing sugar all over your face :lol: .

 

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Thank You again Red Ochre,

 

This effect makes beautiful impressionist brush strokes...  :)

 

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Thanks for posting the image Seerose... you have a beautiful garden! ;) B)

Thanks Pixey - quite a psychedelic interpretation! - thanks for posting it. ;)
Yes that's my face ... it's tricky finding license free images to use as examples and probably kinder to experiment on my own ugly 'mush' than to inflict that on the innocent. :D

Eli... Excellent result!!! :star: B)
Exactly the look I was trying to achieve. Glad you understood how to use it well so quickly. Great impasto effect, many thanks for posting the example. ;) :beer:
 

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Wow Red...what an interesting plugin!  It reminds me of Redfield plugins for Photoshop... :P

 

I didn't get too crazy with this picture as I didn't want to lose my cat.....he's just 'chillin'...

 

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Thank you for making this plugin!   :)

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Lynxster4 - Your cat looks very content! Thanks for posting the image. B)
I've never tried the Redfield plugins but the results I've seen are impressive. Unfortunately writing plugins for PS is beyond me but very happy that it is encouraged in paint.net, thanks to Rick's foresight and all the other helpful programmers on this forum.

TR! - many thanks! ;)
I've been playing around with this idea for ages but decided to use path gradient brushes instead of simple lines for more versatility.
It was a challenge keeping the U.I. (relatively) simple with so many possible variables!

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I've been playing around with this idea for ages but decided to use path gradient brushes instead of simple lines for more versatility.

It was a challenge keeping the U.I. (relatively) simple with so many possible variables!

 

It has a very natural look. 

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Nice Pastel effect plugin. I used multiple layers and blending modes for this one.

 

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Nice Pastel effect plugin. I used multiple layers and blending modes for this one.

That's the best way! B)

 

Good work and thanks for posting the image!

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^ and ^^ What is it with your avatars? You guys twins?? :lol:

 

Seriously nice effect Red. I'm planning to play with this big time over the weekend. Thanks!

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^It's a gravatar thing! :/ - I've gone all negative?

Thanks EER  - looking forward to seeing your results! ;)

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^ and ^^ What is it with your avatars? You guys twins?? :lol:

 

Seriously nice effect Red. I'm planning to play with this big time over the weekend. Thanks!

 

Imitation is the best form of flattery. I always liked Red's avatar, it's conspicuously inconspicuous. 

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dipstick - It seems wrong calling you that! :lol:
I'm flattered you like my avatar ... I've gone back to the original version now. I also like your 'sig'... do I see some 'furblur' there? ;)

Seerose - The waterlilly image looks great! Thanks for posting it. B)

(I'm out of reps today)

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Some really cool results on here :D .  Such fun with this ............ promise I'll stop for a bit after this one  ;) .

 

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This is a really creative plugin. Thank you Red for your work. :)
My try:

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Original

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Pixey, lovely flowers. I hope I will get some roses in the garden this year.

 

Nitenurse, that is a nice scorched paper/photo effect.

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Lovely roses Pixey and an interesting scorched effect Nitenurse.
Many thanks both of you for posting the images! B)

Sorry I'm out of reps at the moment but will catch up... cake and beer in the meantime? :cake: :beer: ;)

More reps have just come through :)

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Thank you - but I'm eating the goodies too ........... smileys-essen-und-trinken-806738.gif

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dipstick - It seems wrong calling you that! :lol:

I'm flattered you like my avatar ... I've gone back to the original version now. I also like your 'sig'... do I see some 'furblur' there? ;)

 

Yes, that is indeed your FurBlur plugin effect. Don't worry, I've been called much worse than dipstick.

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Red ochre! Please.  ve7oxyf5.gif  psdi5ur6.gif   Bon appetit!  h4ojtkbq.gif

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:lol: Thank you (danke) Seerose - I will enjoy that meal! ;)

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Excellent plugin Redochre. Thank you.  :beer:  Here is an image with before and after in one :)

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