Facelook – for rough portraits

Posted by Rocambole on Oct 20, 2009 in AOP Templates |

Facelook-ex1I started trying to create an AOP mimicking Edvard Munch – but with little succcess. The palette colours are sampled from four of Edvard Munch’s most famous paintings – all gloomy and depressing.

Despite this I came during experimentation finally up with an AOP that proved well suited to make portraits. I have tested it on several portrait photos of both my own colleagues and famous celebrities with different hair and skin colour. So far I am satisfied with all the resulting paintings.

Facelook has much rougher brush strokes than some of the other portrait templates and often leaves interesting artifacts in the paintings – probably inherited from the Munch paintings I sampled to create the palette. I think this makes the resulting paintings more painterly and not so hyperrealistic.

User opinions:
The only thing better that Facelook is making a baby. It makes portraits that see inside of people. (DabblingDappler)
Many congratulations to the author, it’s one of the best custom AOP I have ever used! (Zero_G)

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1 Comment

Dec 19, 2010 at 1:20 pm

I have been meaning to thank you for this one since I first downloaded it.
It was one of the AOPs that made me want to try making them myself.
Great job!




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