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Colouring B&W photos

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Re: Colouring B&W photos

Post#31 by Pat625 » 09 Jan 2018, 06:42


David, Thank you so much for all your instructions and help! I really appreciate it and I'm sure others do also. I will practice this and hopefully improve.

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Post#32 by Krikor » 17 Apr 2019, 11:55


Coloring pictures is something I like, although for a long time I have not gotten involved with this activity.
Excellent tutorial David, thank you!

Just for fun I partially colored the image of this international celebrity. :fb_haha:
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Post#33 by tim » 17 Apr 2019, 13:47


who the heck is that? LOL!
Did you put Mona Lisa's face over my head? It looks male but I don't recognize the face.
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Post#34 by Krikor » 18 Apr 2019, 00:00


tim wrote:
17 Apr 2019, 13:47
who the heck is that? LOL!
Did you put Mona Lisa's face over my head? It looks male but I don't recognize the face.
Tim, you can solve this puzzle! :zoom:
There are more than # 17 tips in this image that lead to your answer! ;)
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Post#35 by tim » 18 Apr 2019, 00:59


I still say it looks like male Mona Lisa..maybe I have been looking at the Mona too much it's fried into my brain LOL
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Post#36 by Pat625 » 18 Apr 2019, 01:53


Krikor, I do not know how many faces you have in the photo, but I think this is hilarious! Especially since Tin wrote a script where you took a bunch of faces and made one!

Please let us know what you did with whom when Tin is done solving the puzzle.

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Post#37 by Krikor » 18 Apr 2019, 10:47


hummm Mona Lisa is an interesting suggestion ... :idea:

Tim, I've pretty much revealed the answer to who the other artist is, and one of them you quickly recognized. :geek:

Pat625, in short, I used a color image and a black and white image. So I desaturated the color image, and transferred the face (only partially) of the image originally black and white to the desaturated image (now also black and white), and lazily re-colored that image.

I used the image of an illustrious citizen of Oz (B & W) with that of another international celebrity. ;) :scissors_select: :move: :healing: :paintbrush:
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Post#38 by Krikor » 19 Apr 2019, 23:11


You give up very easily, so here is the solution regarding the Mona Lisa used:
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Post#39 by tim » 19 Apr 2019, 23:50


I already looked at post #17, and I still think it's male mona lisa hahaha
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Post#40 by oldmangrumpy » 20 Apr 2019, 00:54


Why am I wishing that I should never have posted that (very, very) old photo :wine_smiley:
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