There are many ways to make art in Photoshop and I have found over the years that people really love turning photos into things that look like paintings. The oil paint filter in Photoshop gives a very distinctive look.
This tutorial shows you how to choose the best settings for the most realistic results, as well as a couple of little tricks to get a more realistic result.
Over the years I have done a few of these painting type effects, this English Tea Can one has been one of your favorites, check it out here.
This photo I used in the oil paint tutorial is from Adobe Stock
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