Converting Photos to “Paintings”

Summary – Yesterday’s post presented a faux-painting produced by a photo post-processing program. Today’s post shows multiple faux-renditions of five different photos to illustrate some variety and the possibilities. This is not everyone’s cup of tea, but it’s interesting to see what can be done. Don’t take it too seriously.

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Without much comment or ado

Here are a large number of “auto-paintings”

I’m new to the program (using just the “auto” feature)

I’m sure that the program can do better

For now, just lean back and enjoy the show (or not 😉 )

More on the program & its identity later

(if there’s interest)

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Here’s one example as a mouse roll-over

Original capture is on top

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Five sets follow

Each is somewhat different in terms of subject

A set begins with the camera capture followed by “paintings”

Myself? I’m partial to the original photographs (biased)

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