First it was cropped, straightened upright (SKRWT) and HDR filter (Snapseed).
In Glaze App I made several versions because I wasn't sure which I'd like best. I actually used these two in my layered project in Leonardo.
These were produced in Color Sketch (also available for Android) with the Glazed versions. These were also layered with the 'original' in Leonardo with different blend modes.
At this point I saved a version to my Camera Roll and took it into Repix to start messing up the foreground and smoothing out the sky a bit.
I also used Stackables to add a touch of texture back into the photo.
From here on I did my layering in Superimpose. I added 'circles' from a Percolator version. and windows from another photo.
I overlaid a Google map I had taken a screen shot of and erased parts.
Last, I saved to Camera Roll once more and opened it in Sketchclub. I scribbled on a new layer and saved it as a png file so I could manipulate it more. (Perhaps I could have done it in Sketch Club but I'm not familiar enough with it.) At one point I also overlaid a black and white sketch layer (outline) set at color burn to bring out the lines in the house a bit more (from iColorama).
I'm definitely drawn to colorful painterly images but you won't find many in any of my galleries. I find it interesting that a lot of what I'm drawn to I rarely 'produce'. This gives me something to think about… How about you?
Linking up with Barb for App Happy Wednesday.