Iris Watercolor

I experimented with a watercolor effect created using some actions and brushes. If you are interested in trying it out or to see how it is done go to Transform Photos into Watercolors with a Free Photoshop Action.

9 thoughts on “Iris Watercolor

  1. Amy 2022-06-12 / 12:22 pm

    Love your beautiful watercolor effect!

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      • derrickjknight 2022-06-12 / 5:17 am

        I know you were once a painter so I think I would have preferred your real watercolours. Speaking of honesty do you remember how we first made contact? I had made a comment which was ambiguous enough for you to think I was taking one of your pictures, and you, quite rightly, objected.

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        • Sherry Felix 2022-06-12 / 7:35 am

          I may go back to painting someday. But I doubt it because I like painting with brushes in Photoshop more. It’s less messy and I can undo it. I use a tablet for better control. I did use my own additions to the script which is just a starting place. How a “watercolor” turns out is up to the skill and vision of the creator.
          Gee! I had forgotten that entirely. I am so glad to have met you and enjoy our friendship. Comments that are honest are the best. šŸ™‚

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