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Old Mar 22, 2014, 1:31 PM   #1
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Some more conversions of Photo to art. A photo from my foggy day visit to Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge.

1 - Original Photo

2 - Oil Painting Conversion

3 - Impressionist Painting Conversion

4 - Pastel Painting Conversion

5 - Colored Pencil Drawing Conversion

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Old Mar 22, 2014, 8:32 PM   #2
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1, :-), then 4 for me.
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I like the impressionist painting. I am a fan of Monet, and your picture instantly brought him to mind.
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I agree with Hawgwild. The impressionist painting is... hrmm... impressive!

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The Monet. Just saw an exhibition. The shoot nailed it. It's a little known side to his painting that the reason his pictures became more and more "impressionistic" is that he was going blind.
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The Monet. Just saw an exhibition. The shoot nailed it. It's a little known side to his painting that the reason his pictures became more and more "impressionistic" is that he was going blind.
Wow. I'm actually ashamed that I didn't know that. Thanks.
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I do like the original photo. The impressionist version is also nice. The only one I don't care for is the last one - too harsh for such a pastel scene. I think that any of the art methods would look great with the right picture - but this picture isn't the right one for some of them.
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