2016-10-28

Shaggy ink cap for PPF

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Shaggy ink cap artwork
© NF Photo 161022,  © NF PhotoArt 161028

This time of year this fungi shows up in the lawns. It is edible but I prefer to work with it. This image is small as I really need three hands to create the sketch. It is created in RAW where you actually were to sharpen your image. The first two images gives you the third. I have more ideas for this fungi but need some other images.

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My computer is spoiled when it comes to photos so I can´t create anything new for Sketches, thus I share the one for PPF.
Sunday Sketches 

161029 NOTE! 
I am out of business. WINDOWS10 has "updated" and now all mu imaging softwares are a mess. :(  Can hardly open an imgae an definately not save any :(

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28 comments:

  1. So interesting. I am more of a point and shoot person when it comes to photographs as Photoshop tends to be a bit of a mystery! :)

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  2. There are a lot of ink caps here, too, but I have never tried eating them. Great photo art! Hugs, Valerie

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  3. wonderful artistic view ! Happy PPF!

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  4. Ink Caps, not sure I have heard them called that before ... are they good to eat or fruit from the poison tree? Your paintings are true and beautiful. I am a color person so I like the first best, but the others are equally well done. Nice work, Monica ...

    Andrea @ From the Sol

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  5. Oh, and I love your header ... what an awesome shot. Perfect in every way :)

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  6. I have seem some mushrooms lately but none like these ink caps. Interesting images!

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  7. Wonderful varieties of this mushroom. Great jo.

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  8. I remember those mushrooms. They are pretty funky and you even funkyfied it more with your edits :)

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  9. Wonderful effects with the different colors!
    Good work

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  10. I really love how your created art with the Inky. I have eaten many of these. Have a great weekend.

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  11. lynn, beautiful work on your post but you are on GOOGLE so I can´t respond.

    thanks guys!

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  12. Lovely work and variations.
    ~~ Irene

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  13. The photo is your header is wonderful. I hope you post the finished image of the mushroom, I want to see what else you do with it.

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  14. I know I have already commented on these wonderful photos, but I have come to commiserate with you over the Windows 10 Mayhem. It took me a long time to get through that. I can't remember for sure how it resolved as I have a knack for forgetting things I don't want to remember, but I think I got through it by restarting my computer every time the "Up Grade" showed up. they finally reversed the upgrade and I think I am still operating on the old Windows 10 ... or not, I am not sure. Good luck, maybe you will find a better solution. :)

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  15. We have these in one spot on our lawn too. I should have looked at it as potential Art!! Mostly the kids just stomp on them. I considered transferring to our actual fairy garden, but I was worried that eventually I'd have like a dozen of them!

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  16. Yeah... You made it,
    This is amazing I love the subject and your treatment of it.
    I like all three images.
    Sue

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  17. I stopping in to say hi from Art Every Day November. I have a new piece up so hope you stop buy.

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  18. Intriguing image-work! I send you good wishes for resolving your computer problems!

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  19. I had to reinstall all my adobe programs, but everything else was kept with the win10 update, very strange it didn't work for you right

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