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Rocambole:

You might have an older version of Photo-Reactor because the Blending Mode Object in your flows doesn't have the before and next buttons.
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I do have the latest version but I think I loaded an older flow and removed most of the objects but kept the blending mode object and a few others. I see that if I remove the blending mode object and then use the one from the menu it looks different, with the before and next buttons.

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Lugi wrote:
aerial2_jpgt_FinalTest A.jpg

Hi Lugi. This flow looks real nice to me. COuld you share the pic with flow please. This one doesn't have a flow in it. Thanks. Yuma

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From my recent vacation. Still trying to make John Constable-like landscapes.

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Testing Lugi's waterpaint flow.

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water paint flow (1)_Final.jpg
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Lugi wrote:
water paint flow (1)_Final.jpg
That's starting to look mighty fine there, mate.

Lets see.. you have a thin watery looking paint flow and It spreads into surrounding colours a little.. sweet!

All you need now is some soaking into the paper effect - a sort of fade to a very pale version of the original colour.

See the sky strokes in this:
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I'd say you have it pretty much 75-80% going right!

*claps hands in appreciation*

If you don't mind, I might have a play with it and add an underpainting layer from the original image - a broadly wet-look version of the original colours..

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Fluffbutt wrote:
Lugi wrote:
water paint flow (1)_Final.jpg
That's starting to look mighty fine there, mate.

Lets see.. you have a thin watery looking paint flow and It spreads into surrounding colours a little.. sweet!

All you need now is some soaking into the paper effect - a sort of fade to a very pale version of the original colour.

See the sky strokes in this:
Image

I'd say you have it pretty much 75-80% going right!

*claps hands in appreciation*

If you don't mind, I might have a play with it and add an underpainting layer from the original image - a broadly wet-look version of the original colours..

Please do, Fluff... I hope everyone will improve on all my flows, that's what I'm waiting for... I'm running out of idea's !

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Well. I added an underpaint layer.. but something 'feels' missing.. some je ne sais quoi.
Watty.jpg
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I'm gonna try and get some harder edges to the brush strokes - like the sky in that barn picture..

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Here is a little mod of the flow
P7050086_Final2.jpg
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