2016 #444

Tram at RMIT. PicturesLab.
Tram at RMIT, CBD. PicturesLab. The original, HDR effect.

Part of the fun of exploring PicSketch has been seeing the results, of course! Oftentimes happy accidents happen, and I learn a new technique that produces the outcome I’d like. For instance, I’ve had some success with producing what I call “paintings”, the closest to watercolour I could achieve.

In today’s post, I’ve used two softwares to get what I think is much better watercolour effect results. I first place an image into PicturesLab, choose Manual and then add the HDR effect as well, to produce an image like the first pic above, usually quite over the top in colouring. Then I take that image into PicSketch and use one of their standard effects for watercolour (it has no name, so can’t tell you) to produce the image below:

Yellow tram. PicSketch. Watercolour effect.
Yellow tram. PicSketch. Watercolour effect.

I think this result is a much more ‘artistic’ watercolour look. What do you think? Perhaps you may like to compare by clicking onto the “paintings” tag for more images. Will have more such imagery later on.

Author: jmnowak

Long-time photo enthusiast, my 'style' could be defined as colourful and eclectic, 'tho I do like to experiment.

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