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Thread: The lavishly red tulip interpretation thread

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    The lavishly red tulip interpretation thread

    I just had a little conversation over in the gallery thread regarding an image I made based on a photo of a red parrot tulip from my garden. I'm very curious to see what other people could do with this subject. So, I'm loading a series of images of this particular tulip with a dark and light background and several different perspectives.....have fun!
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    Last edited by foxytocin; 05-02-2009 at 03:23 AM.
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    Red Doorway

    My interpretation of this tulip:
    I loaded one of the ref photos into ArtRage and ran it thru filters, painted over it, decorated with a few texture stencils and just plain had fun.
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    It's a good idea. I save two photo and will try soon.
    Thank you!
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    This's my red tulip from the IV° photo, color tube and knife.
    Custard like an icecream
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    Silvia Bandini

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    Wow, Silvy, you've got some great colors and textures going on there... like the shadow, too.
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    I was just experimenting around and stumbled over your tulip project here, so I've made it a tulip inspired exploration...
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    Byron Takes a Shot With a Foxy Tulip

    Hi Foxy. Thought I'd play along. I don't usually do anything that has something recognizable in a painting (my refuge in a context of incompetence.) But your idea is fun so I thought I'd meet you halfway and see what comes out in the middle. Hope you like.

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    I think this is quite interesting to compare the different takes on the same subject....
    These posts are all quite strong and dynamic...well-planned, too. What a treat!
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    Hi Foxy,

    this is a bit from left field but I just changed your beautiful tulip into a toxic plant....................... with the knife only!

    Edit: just realised the spots were done with the airbrush
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    Last edited by Peter Pinckney; 05-05-2009 at 09:05 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Pinckney View Post
    Hi Foxy,

    this is a bit from left field but I just changed your beautiful tulip into a toxic plant....................... with the knife only!

    Edit: just realised the spots were done with the airbrush
    Peter, terrific interpretation. I'm glad you warned it was toxic. It looks good enough to eat - I was considering taking a bite.
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