Archives for July 30, 2014

AKVIS OilPaint


Are you looking for a fun and creative way to make your photos look like oil paintings? AKVIS OilPaint  is a fun an easy photo to painting software. What I like the most about it is that it is quite easy to do. I like that it is not so complicated that kids can also do this without a lot of help. It’s just a lot of fun! We plan to use this during homeschool this year for Art time.

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We’re still not experts and this is one of the photos we did when we first started! We can’t wait to do more!



More information:

AKVIS OilPaint is photo to painting software that creates oil paintings from photographs. The characteristic feature of the program is a unique algorithm of the artistic application of brush strokes that authentically reproduces the technique of the real brush.

Creating a painting in oil colors is long and complicated process. Usually it may take months. With this cutting-edge software you can become a painter and turn your photos into paintings in just a few minutes!

Even if you are not a professional painter you can create your own masterpiece! Just use AKVIS OilPaint to turn a regular photo into an oil painting.  The mysterious production of a painting happens right before your eyes. The program creates a work of art that looks like a handmade oil painting.

Personalize your work of art by adding a signature or a greeting! To make the painting even more realistic you can adjust the canvas.
The program offers a number of ready to use Presets that let you familiarize yourself with the features of the software. The Batch Processing support lets you automatically convert a series of images with the same settings.
Adjusting the density, texture, and thickness of the brush strokes, you can not only enhance the volume and get impressive effects, but also find your own painting style.

AKVIS OilPaint is available as a standalone program and as a Photoshop plugin.
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