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Ambrosia Effects- any ideas ???


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Hello everyone !

 

I love Ambrosia effects and want to use it for some of my future projects. For the time being, I can't use available specific Photoshop plugin for it  and so needing some available alternatives.

 

Ambrosia effects, and how the colouring looked like :

 

http://grafnet.com.pl/getattachment/Filters/Filter-Factory/ambrosia.jpg.aspx

 

I'll be glad to read from you all.

 

Thanks !

 

 

 

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If you know how to CodeLab, that's what's called a PathGradientBrush.

If you don't then you can do it manually with multiple layers like this:

 

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Hello Nai. :)

I haven't heard of Ambrosia before, but I did an internet search for a photoshop ambrosia, and I found this :
 
http://www.123creative.com/photo-actions-atn-text-effects-for-photoshop/711-4-photoshop-actions-set-ambrosia-celia-pamela-and-querida.html
 
So now I want to ask you, 

Are you looking for how to make blended colors as TR demonstrated?

Or are you looking for a vintage coloring photo effect?

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Hello Nai,

Do you just use that coloured gradient layer with a low opacity over your image?
If so, then TR's approach is good.

Or is it a Photoshop filter that acts directly on the contents of the layer?
In which case, have you tried Null54's PSFilterPdn plugin? - it can run some Photoshop plugins directly in Pdn.
I don't know if the grafnet ones will work or not.
http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?showtopic=20622

 

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How about this plugin Multi Color Gradient?

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Hello Nai,

Do you just use that coloured gradient layer with a low opacity over your image?

If so, then TR's approach is good.

Or is it a Photoshop filter that acts directly on the contents of the layer?

In which case, have you tried Null54's PSFilterPdn plugin? - it can run some Photoshop plugins directly in Pdn.

I don't know if the grafnet ones will work or not.

http://forums.getpaint.net/index.php?showtopic=20622

 

Hello Red Ochre,

 

Thanks for asking !

 

About TR's approach- I think that's what I need when I'm not able to use the 8bf files. And I am so grateful to know there're many alternatives out there.

 

About Null54's plug-in-  I have downloaded the plug-in and tried it, and it's perfectly awesome. And here are the root of the issue which prompted me to post my first post in this section : Not able to run  'Ambrosia' Photoshop filter and some other filters from Filters Factory as well. I have discussed it with Null54 and he gave the powerful solutions for it yesterday. 

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Hello Nai. :)

I haven't heard of Ambrosia before, but I did an internet search for a photoshop ambrosia, and I found this :

 

http://www.123creative.com/photo-actions-atn-text-effects-for-photoshop/711-4-photoshop-actions-set-ambrosia-celia-pamela-and-querida.html

 

So now I want to ask you, 

Are you looking for how to make blended colors as TR demonstrated?

Or are you looking for a vintage coloring photo effect?

 

 

Thanks Cc4FuzzyHuggles !

 

I am looking for an alternative of making blended colours, specifically ambrosia effects, without depending on Photoshop-plugin.

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I like to max out the gaussian blur with lots of colors, and then I get a pretty effect. :)

Like-wise, you can run coloring plugins, such as the Multi-Color Gradient plugin EER suggested or the Light Rays plugin, and then do a gaussian blur.

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