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Portrait in HOPE manner

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A very interesting technique ReMake. Bookmarked for later use, thank you for the share :) 

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50 minutes ago, nitenurse79 said:

... Bookmarked for later use,...

 

I hope that we will see result soon  hi.gif

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Well, that was a very interesting lesson indeed @Remake, thank you :)  For one thing - I never knew that you could change the colors in the Gradient Mapping bar like that :mrgreen:.

 

Here is my result and I definitely learned something new today ;)

 

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@Pixey, Peter O'Toole looks very attractively.

 

3 hours ago, Pixey said:

... I never knew that you could change the colors in the Gradient Mapping bar like that ...

I learned about it only when studied pyrochild's source code.

 

@Eli, Che is easily recognizable in your work.

 

Thank you both for sharing your work!

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This looks like a very interesting technique ReMake. Thank you for writing this tutorial :trophy:

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I just googled "Che poster Hope style" and found several images similar to the one I made but I think mine is best :) . Thanks ReMake for this tutorial.

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1 hour ago, Lloyd said:

This looks like a very interesting technique ReMake.

Thank you.

 

51 minutes ago, Eli said:

... I think mine is best ...

Yes, of course!

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After some slight tweaking to the right side of the background, adding some dots and diagonal lines, then using Colour flip / Rotate. I came up with this example :) 

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1 hour ago, nitenurse79 said:

... I came up with this example

 

Excellent! Let's call this type of the image 'nitenurse manner'  :)

Nice work. I like it.

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40 minutes ago, ReMake said:

 

Excellent! Let's call this type of the image 'nitenurse manner'  :)

Nice work. I like it.

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ReMake, thanks a lot for introducing us to this technique :trophy: Here's my very first test:

 

Hope_style_Portrait_of_Katniss.jpg

 

And a second bigger test, so here's a thumbnail that links to the full-size image

 

Hope_style_Portrait_of_Katniss_full_body

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@ReMake.  Very interesting technique!  I like it.   :)

 

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(Can you tell I'm a Trekkie?)

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lynxster4, good work. Try to play with color markers moving them in one direction or another.

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<3 Dear @ReMake

 

I like the way you did this one. :trophy: Thank you for your effort and tutorial. :coffee: :cake:

 

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Seerose, great as always. Thank you. 

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22 hours ago, ReMake said:

Seerose, great as always. Thank you. 

 

@ReMake! Forehead area not in order. 

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*Because, I don't know how to use the magic wall.

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Seerose, after apply Advanced Greyscale effect select a Magic Wand with tolerance of 20-30%. Click in the area marked with an arrow 1. Press and hold the Ctrl key. With Magic Wand successively click in the areas marked by the arrows 2 and then 3 (or only in the areas 1 and 2).

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And you get this result:

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I hope this helped.

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<3 Dear @ReMake!

 

Many thanks for for all your hard work and replying, it's very appreciated.  kiss.gif 909012.gif

 

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Besides Advanced Greyscale, it's also possible to use TR's Color Reducer or Red ochre's Poster as alternative effects for dividing the picture into the different sections :) Other than that suggestion, I did  another test on Katniss Everdeen:

 

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And since I am a fan of Chicago P.D., here's one poster on the series:

 

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Fine works, Maximilian!

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