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Anyone know how this PhotoShop image was created (or how to get close to it)??

http://www.milp.sk/mig/nicef/06.html

Bit obscure I know - sorry

Charlie
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weed earned 25 total points
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It looks to be a simple combination of 2 stock photoshop filters. Saying which is difficult. Could be a combination of "paint daubs" "plastic wrap" "pallet knife" "find edges". Any mixture thereof.

As an educated guess im going to say plastic wrap with some rather high detail settings.
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by:coopa
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Either that or covered her in wallpaper-paste  8o)
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by:manjit
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I think it's the ocean ripple effect with another effect after it
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by:weed
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I think the ripple would leave harder edges and a more noticeable pattern though. Doesnt do much for height either.
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by:Raydot
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Before you accept that answer (sorry Weed, no offence intended) I just want to point out that Milp's site is offering a bunch of custom Photoshop filters for download.  He or she probably produced this image using one of these filters.
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Looks like Eye Candy's Glass filter.....  Sorry, weed...... know you hate Candy... *grin*


Good vibes!!
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EC's glass filter is basically a funked up plastic wrap..hehe...Remember that all the 3rd party filters do is slap a cute interface on whats already built into photoshop and possibly condense several steps into one.
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