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Squeek wrote:Have you tried using crackle stock photos and messing around with opacity/ color-modes?
williamthebloody wrote:Squeek wrote:Have you tried using crackle stock photos and messing around with opacity/ color-modes?
now your getting into things which are WAAAAAAY out of my comfort zone.
williamthebloody wrote:why that seaweed looks weird; my mouse hand ain't so steady.
alphatroll wrote:Ha, ya threw me there for a bit, until i tried akshly *reading*.... I was about to comment that the way her hair's arranged makes it look oddly as if she has horns......williamthebloody wrote:why that seaweed looks weird; my mouse hand ain't so steady.
Aw, don't be silly, the seaweed looks wierd because it's underwater! The secret to great art can be found in the phrase, "I meant to do that!".....
I mean, think about it.... you could have used vectors & stuff to make it perfect, but then you'd have to apply an 'underwater' filter to keep it from looking all out of place & stuf ..... you just skipped the extra steps. You should be *bragging* that you did that amazingly realistic random water diffraction effect entirely by hand!
williamthebloody wrote:might i add, i have never utilized vectors in my life and wouldn't even know eher to *start*.
Squeek wrote:D: I didn't get to vote for your Ariel!
I personally think she should have won by far..*nod nod*
I really like the mother-child one too! That hair is awesome!
I think if the shoulder was extended past the baby-gargoye's face
it would have looked just fine..
I also think either you or Coda should have won the "Back in Time: 1800s" contest..
The person that won the "artistic" category didn't even draw gargoyles, did they?
They just look like a winged cat and dog to me
Nicely done, but kind of irrelevant don't you think?
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