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Krikor
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Post#1 by Krikor » 06 Aug 2021, 23:08


While I was playing some of the beautiful effects created by Issabella's tutorials - Graphic Effects (tutorials) pdf - I ended up bumping into a very interesting filter:

Lylejk's Painting. (G'MIC)

I thought it was a new filter, but I ended up researching it and found it dates back to 2011, when I didn't even know Gimp existed on this planet.

Looks like it all started in - Fake Painting ← Fixed Link

Here are some of the results I got while playing with this 'new' filter.

Photo by <a href="https://unsplash.com/@tamarabellis?utm_ ... xt">Tamara Bellis</a> on <a href="https://unsplash.com/@tamarabellis?utm_ ... nsplash</a>
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Krikor - Lylejk's Painting effect1
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Krikor - Lylejk's Painting effect2
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Krikor - Lylejk's Painting effect3
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Last edited by Krikor on 07 Aug 2021, 19:45, edited 2 times in total.
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Post#2 by Issabella » 07 Aug 2021, 06:13


Awesome! Krikor. I like your results a lot. :gimp_clap:
Did you take or save your steps for your results? You could start your tutorial, too. :happy_purple:
I like your three results.
Issabella

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Post#3 by Krikor » 07 Aug 2021, 19:14


Issabella wrote:
07 Aug 2021, 06:13
Awesome! Krikor. I like your results a lot. :gimp_clap:
Did you take or save your steps for your results? You could start your tutorial, too. :happy_purple:
I like your three results.
Issa, much gracias!

I'm glad you liked it.
As I said earlier, I achieved this effect while playing with your H effect, I would say you have all the merits!

In this other image, not exactly the same process as the previous ones, but I still liked it a lot.
ly04.png
Krikor - Another experiment using Lylek's filter
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Photo by <a href="https://unsplash.com/@markdecile?utm_so ... Text">Mark Decile</a> on <a href="https://unsplash.com/?utm_source=unspla ... nsplash</a>



Issa, I'll give you the steps I used to get the results of the initial post images. I just need to look at what's done and redo the steps backwards (the .XCF is still open).
Wait for it please.
"I feel that in both art and music, it's not the success that matters but the pleasure it gives you. Focus on the pleasure and the learning will come naturally." - Brian Weston

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Post#4 by Krikor » 07 Aug 2021, 20:23


OK, let's go! (Allons-y!) (Vamos lá!) (¡Vamos!)

A- Starting with the last, the third image (ly03) image:

This is the result of my understanding of what Lylejk explained in posts #1 and #11:
#01 - http://gimpchat.com/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=2624#p33947
#11 - http://gimpchat.com/viewtopic.php?f=23& ... =10#p34001

B- The first two images were taken according to the XCF attached.

The information is all in the layer names (parameters used, layer modes, blur value used, etc).

The sequence is taken from the original layer and applying the filters as the layer name indicates (verbose mode).
Just apply the named effect of the second layer over the first. The effect of the third layer on the second layer, etc. Very simple.

If I'm missing something, or if something isn't clear from the pure XCF exam, I'm available to ask you questions. (while i still remember lol)

In the image below, I should have changed some parameters; such as using a smaller Median Blur value, among others. Since this image is only 800 x 800, much less than the previous ones that served as a model.
ly05.png
Krikor - one more
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Krikor - XCF Effect used
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Post#5 by Issabella » 08 Aug 2021, 06:45


Thank you so much for your guide Krikor. You have been great help to me. :thank_you:
Also, thanks for your link to Lylejk's tutorial, which I had missed. Good to learn his steps.
I took your image to do my try and these are my results. On the second image, I smooth a bit to get her face softer.
Thanks Krikor.
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My Outcome_Lyle's Tut.jpg
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My_Interpretation_Outcome_Lyle's Tutorial.jpg
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Issabella

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Post#6 by Krikor » 10 Aug 2021, 15:40


Issabella wrote:
08 Aug 2021, 06:45
Thank you so much for your guide Krikor. You have been great help to me. :thank_you:
Also, thanks for your link to Lylejk's tutorial, which I had missed. Good to learn his steps.
I took your image to do my try and these are my results. On the second image, I smooth a bit to get her face softer.
Thanks Krikor.
Isabella, the softening in the second image was definitely an improvement :thumbsup:
"I feel that in both art and music, it's not the success that matters but the pleasure it gives you. Focus on the pleasure and the learning will come naturally." - Brian Weston

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Post#7 by Krikor » 10 Aug 2021, 15:56


I was thinking about opening a new thread for these new images, but I had difficulty defining a title so I decided to continue here :-).

The images below are basically obtained in 3 ways:
→ Using the plugin in Filters - Artistic - Comic Book for 2.10;
→ Using the G'MIC - Artistic - Lylejk's Paintig filter;
→ Using the Stroke Edges technique presented at http://gimpchat.com/viewtopic.php?f=23& ... a230f1015f by cli345

Photo by Tamara Bellis
700Recorte1.png
Krikor - another effect1
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Krikor - another effect2
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Image In: https://www.bhmpics.com/walls/fall_in_h ... -other.jpg
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Krikor - another effect5
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900Reduz1.png
Krikor - another effect3
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Image in: https://wallpapers-fenix.eu/lar/210101/045338879.jpg
800Recorte1.png
Krikor - another effect6
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800Reduz1.png
Krikor - another effect4
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"I feel that in both art and music, it's not the success that matters but the pleasure it gives you. Focus on the pleasure and the learning will come naturally." - Brian Weston

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Post#8 by Krikor » 10 Aug 2021, 23:25


"I feel that in both art and music, it's not the success that matters but the pleasure it gives you. Focus on the pleasure and the learning will come naturally." - Brian Weston

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Post#9 by Issabella » 11 Aug 2021, 06:08


Krikor, Congrats! I love your results. They are really good. :gimp_clap:
I think your thread is going to be very, very attractive and interesting. Thanks for sharing your creations.
Issabella

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