The company that own Virtual Painter software just created a Users Gallery, and invited its customers to participate in it. That was a no brainer for me, since I’ve been using Virtual Painter for years. Here’s the address of the gallery, and below are six examples of what I produced recently using VP5.
White Tank Mountains desert scenic using Virtual Painter 5 Gothic Oil Painting filter. Photo by Judy Vorfeld.
Waimanalo Beach using Virtual Painter 5 Collage filter. Photo by Judy Vorfeld.
Bird of Paradise using Virtual Painter 5 Gouache filter. Photo by David Crook.
Dahlia using Virtual Painter 5 Drawing filter. Photo taken at Roeder House, Bellingham, Washington August 2007 by Judy Vorfeld.
Zebra Longwing butterfly using Virtual Painter Collage filter. Photo taken at Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix, AZ in May 2008 by Judy Vorfeld.
Saguaro Sun using Virtual Painter Embroidery filter. Photo taken in 2007 by Judy Vorfeld.
Prickly Pear cactus blossoms using Virtual Painter Gouache filter. Photo taken at Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix, AZ in May 2008 by Judy Vorfeld.
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