Tagged: WaterColor

Watercolor Textured Backdrop 002

Watercolor Sample Background Texture

This is our second watercolor sample prepared specifically for our tutorials. The texture in this sample presents the brush strokes at a 45° diagonal. The Permanent Green Light watercolor is sufficiently generous enough that the paper...

Stipplr Photoshop Water Color Action Airport Terminal

WATERCOLOR006

WATERCOLOR006 is a Stipplr Action which applies a watercolor effect to a clone of the currently selected layer in Photoshop.  The cloned image layer is placed above the original source image and has a series...

Stipplr Photoshop Water Color Action Man Rides Bike to Work

WATERCOLOR005

WATERCOLOR005 creates a new layer with a high contrast and slight burn watercolor to a copy of the currently selected layer in Photoshop. Painting techniques on the final result image are slight salting throughout the watercolor...

Stipplr Photoshop Water Color Action Fiat Car

WATERCOLOR004

WATERCOLOR004 generates a watercolor painting with minimal salting effect on the currently selected photo layer in Photoshop.  Techniques in the final result can appear to display darkened ridgework around the contour lines of the...

Stipplr Photoshop Water Color Action Railway Bridge Crossing into Countryside

WATERCOLOR003

WATERCOLOR003 applies a series of filter gallery and layer effects to the currently selected layer in Photoshop with the goal of creating a simulated watercolor painting with a rubbing alcohol effect.  The filters are...

Stipplr Photoshop Water Color Action Wooden Front Door

WATERCOLOR002

WATERCOLOR002 generates a watercolor effect with high contrast to the selected photo layer in Photoshop — the Action will only apply the effect to the selected layer. The result serves as a base color...

Stipplr Photoshop Water Color Action Orange Pitbull

WATERCOLOR001

WATERCOLOR001 applies a soft watercolor effect to the currently selected image layer in Photoshop.  Results appear to have subtle water marks as well as darkened ridges where watercolor buildup accumulates forming a darker color...