Discussion in 'Large Art' started by Gimper, Jun 19, 2008.
obviously not mine but awesome enough to share it. wish there was a tutorial on how to do it.
omg. those are amazing. id LOVE a tut, oh well. thanks for posting
HOLY GOD THOSE ARE AMAZIN!
when i first saw them I was thinking a combination of some sort of edge-detect and then additional layer modes, but I really have no idea.
Thanks for sharing, they are neat
Were they made in gimp?
those are awesome
they look like they were made in photoshop with on of the stylize filters
lol had to do that...................................................^^
To good to be made in gimp :| And if sombody did make it in gimp ILL BUY THEM PHOTOSHOP they deserv it
That's amazing ..I would like a Tut too if it 's made with Gimp
Trust me! i was behind this for the last 4 days. And got little info about it. who ever did it was not opening up!
This is made using Photoshop with a special plug in known as FRACTALIUS. download and install it, if you have photoshop. that's it.
Open your image, go to filters and choose this plug in!! BOOOOM, you got it.
your golden link is given below. the only worry is, it is available only for WINDOWS as of now.
<a class="postlink" href="http://www.redfieldplugins.com/filterFractalius.htm" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;">http://www.redfieldplugins.com/filterFractalius.htm</a>
cheers to everybody out there.
It's a demo though :/
Somebody should get David from G'MIC on this, he surely knows how to re-create this for Gimp.
PSPI is a plugin for Gimp to use Photoshop plugins in Gimp. Just FYI
he did I think.
There is something similiar
You may be interested by the 'Rodilius' filter for G'MIC / Gimp :
<a class="postlink" href="http://www.flickr.com/groups/gmic/discuss/72157627650962309/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;">http://www.flickr.com/groups/gmic/discu ... 650962309/</a>
<a class="postlink" href="http://www.gimpchat.com/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=2688&start=20" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;">http://www.gimpchat.com/viewtopic.php?f ... 8&start=20</a>
That's not exactly the same thing, but looks quite similar.
I think the difference is that the FG was rendered in the example images, the the filter was run, and then a BG was added and the filter was run again but with different settings. Because as far as I can see on your examples, the BG is still the biggest difference between your images and theirs.
I'll download the latest G'MIC and try my best to get some cool effect
Okay, I found the original image of the hawk:
<a class="postlink" href="http://www.swissmint.ch/upload/bilderdownload/Steinadler2.jpg" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;">http://www.swissmint.ch/upload/bilderdo ... adler2.jpg</a>
You can try your best on this one. It's actually been done with a lot of color correction etc. I suppose.
I get this with the eagle. Not as pretty as the original one, but I think it's nice anyway (and I've done it in 5mn, only with G'MIC-based filters, including 'Rodilius', 'Local normalization' and 'Lab mixer').
Another attempt, with more 'subtle' fibers :
The 'G'MIC / Rodilius' filter is quite versatile and a lot of different effects can be obtained with it.
The 2nd one looks awesome! Make it a bit darker and give it a slight softglow to make it look even more epic
Well, I admit, I'm not an artist at all, rather a coder ^-^ . I just tried to illustrate we can get rendering with GIMP that are more or less similar to the Fractalius effect. I'm sure people with real artistic skills will perform definitely better renders than me with this filter ;D
Here is the original photo done with the Redfield plug-in... Granted the plug in offers multiple presets, and an unlimited amount of custom settings, this is done with the Glow 100 preset, which is one of the 3 most common presets for these type of fractal pics...
Nothing was done to the original photo posted by Arzoroc other then using the Redfield plug-in...
Can't see it (except the text "image"). I wonder why. . . ~noes
Well, if nothing but the filter was used... it's a job for the coder again ;D
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