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Playing with:
- Neon Edge
- Wind plug-in
- Gradients
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edit.
maybe this time I got a better result
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A new outcome.
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This one looks quite "dramatic"
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This seems to be the best outcome I got sofar.
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Dramatic and very artistic. I really like that last one!
Thanks Pat.
I did some also today.
Difficult to select the best one (IMO), but anyhow I chose this one.
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To have an idea of what can come out starting from a B&W image.
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(01-19-2019, 06:13 PM)dinasset Wrote: [ -> ]Thanks Pat.
I did some also today.
Difficult to select the best one (IMO), but anyhow I chose this one.


To have an idea of what can come out starting from a B&W image.

I see many artistic effects in your outcomes.  Smile
Thanks Issabella.
One of my today's outcomes.
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Another for today (changed some parameters in the flow).
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Today a different "play". 
Recycled the "Conte" effect originally created by Akkana Peck and ported to 2.10 by Sherman.
Then translated into python, adding some personal modifications, for instance the possibility to use any available palette.
Here the result using the original auto-generated palette:
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and here using a slightly modified "Pastels" palette.
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(01-21-2019, 05:29 AM)dinasset Wrote: [ -> ]Today a different "play". 
Recycled the "Conte" effect originally created by Akkana Peck and ported to 2.10 by Sherman.
Then translated into python, adding some personal modifications, for instance the possibility to use any available palette.
Here the result using the original auto-generated palette:

and here using a slightly modified "Pastels" palette.

Another nice effect. I like it. Thanks for sharing your experiments and results.  Smile
Thanks Issabella.

Today another old effect, again ported to python and slightly modified to my taste: INKPEN.
Original edition by "Eddy Verlinden" "2007, juli"
Modified/tested by "Paul Sherman" "08/26/2018 on GIMP 2.10.6".

Here one example.

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Just seen this nice photo on NatGeo.
I tought to be an interesting subject for inkpen, hence here it is. 

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