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Valentino in Blood And Sand.
This time I used a palette of mostly browns, brownish reds and creams (with a small nod to the old purple, orange and green!).
jharvat wrote:Des - The pic of Theda was actually one that I found on the Net. I did a bit of pre-work to try to recover the details using Paint Shop Pro and I think that made the difference.
Donald Binks wrote:Des, your photo was great! I had to blink twice as I thought someone had put a real colour photo in here! The detail in it is amazing and that food on the table looks appetising too! Well done!
bobfells wrote:Des, your Valentino looks like an original color photo - perhaps the highest praise a colorist can receive. Also, the color wheel is a terrific guide. It never occurred to me to group colors like that. I just flew by the seat of my pants and tried to avoid clashing colors. The wheel will add much more consistency to color transfers.
Joe, your Bara looks like a different photo. The highlights in the face really transform the image. I have not seen anyone do this before!
P.S. Des, your Freddy March looks 3-D. I enjoy seeing March in his younger days when he was channeling John Barrymore.
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