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Old 14th July 2010, 08:15 PM   #1
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Default Can you make Pop art from Serif products? HOW/

I would like to make some POP ART using one of the serif product. Can anyone tell which product and where I can fins the instructions to do it?
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Old 14th July 2010, 08:17 PM   #2
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I would like to make some POP ART using one of the serif product. Can anyone tell which product and where I can fins the instructions to do it?
It depends exactly what you mean, but there is a pop art filter in PhotoPlus.
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It depends exactly what you mean, but there is a pop art filter in PhotoPlus.
Somebody recently found that using curves gave more options in the look, personally I've not tried it.
Alternatively serif did make a programme specifically to do this, popartplus, I think they have discontinued it but it might be worth looking on amazon or ebay
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It depends exactly what you mean, but there is a pop art filter in PhotoPlus.
Where is it, Ali? I thought there was a Pop Art entry on one of the menus but I can't find it now. However, I've seen 'Image > Adjust > Gradient Map...' used to good effect.

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Where is it, Ali? I thought there was a Pop Art entry on one of the menus but I can't find it now. However, I've seen 'Image > Adjust > Gradient Map...' used to good effect.

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Never mind, Ali. I was obviously getting muddled too!

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See this thread.

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Hi,

I make Pop Art Portraits, ranging from Warhols, Ches and Banksys. You can check out my styles here: [Link removed] and if you have any questions feel free to contact me through my website.

All the best.

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I make Pop Art Portraits, ranging from Warhols, Ches and Banksys. You can check out my styles here: [Link removed] and if you have any questions feel free to contact me through my website.

All the best.

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Welcome to the Serif forums.

Which Serif programs do you use to create the PopArt? That would be helpful to the original poster.

The purpose of this forum is to share solutions and the threads are archived so others can benefit.
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I make Pop Art Portraits, ranging from Warhols, Ches and Banksys. You can check out my styles here: [Link removed] and if you have any questions feel free to contact me through my website.

All the best.

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