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Push-button conversions of a portrait of Henri Matisse in Photoshop.
The larger painting programs usually feature a number of push-button filters for transforming an image. By applying a filter, a painting or photo can be made to look like a water color, an oil painting, a charcoal painting or a mosaic, to mention just a few options. Texture and brushstrokes can be applied, and the image can be distorted in several ways. The use of a filter can be recognized by its regularity. Consider the 47 different filters of Photoshop, applied to the same small image of a boat in the water:
Push-button paint-over of a photo, with choice of style, in Psykopaint:
In computer generated art, the user can play with parameters for forms and colors. The software calculates and constructs the resulting image:
For a detailed overview of painting styles by software and painting apps, visit: A Blog appArt, an overview of styles and features of apps and painting software by Ben Guerette
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