Over the past couple of months I’ve been exploring the Oil Paint filter in Photoshop. One of the things I wasn’t happy about was the swirly, un-natural effect it was encouraging. So, I’ve come up with a workflow to help create more natural looking images, with a more natural paint feel to them.
This technique is very easy and as you can see, even with explanation this one only takes 12 minutes to achieve.
In this tutorial I make reference to an earlier video called Photoshop Textures and Texture Extension
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