(5 years and 791 days ago)
Thanks, Taff. Appreciate it.
it's a beautiful photo , I like it very much
Thank you K. I appreciate you taking the time to comment.
Fits the theme perfectly.
Gonna need to trim those nails though.
Actually......she's a bass player, so the nails aren't in the way so much!!
Nice job. Suits the theme..
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(5 years and 1762 days ago)
The lighting on the bottom of the chin and under the cigar throws the effect off. Perhaps you can darken it with "selective color" making a selection and then darkening/tinting the whites.
EDIT: Nice correction. Looks much better!
That cigar in her mouth just kills me!
I see what you mean, Mossy. While I haven't had much success with "selections" inside an image - I did grab a soft BURN brush and darkened alternately the "shadows" and the "midtones" at about 7% each. Definite improvement in the overall blend.
Thanks for the help.
Thats one Butt Ugly Critter...
This made me cringe...it's perfect!
super cool neat work...gl author
I like that you added a different background and blurred it to add dimension, good source finds. Well done!
Thank you, Pearlie.
Should of got second........this was more original
congrats! This one was pretty funny!
congrats for the 3rd place
Congrats on your win
".... psssst, go for the one in the other hand - they taste like chicken!"
Constructed the Livery sign in CS3 - sbs to follow. (5 years and 2339 days ago)
horses don't eat kittens.. LOL.. good humor author
The girl is floating...otherwise this is great.
PS: IMHO the only thing that would make this better is if we could see what the girl is holding, like maybe a carrot?
A horse is a horse of course of course....say Wilbuurrrr, Good work on this one
in high res i can see the lines where you copy pasted wall below the sign you can fix that ofcourse with the patchtool or by leaveing the top layer a lil long and with a large soft brush on like 25% or so erising the edge so the flow better into eachother.. as picky as i am.. at the doorstep the cuout is really a tat too sharp in high res use a soft blur on that edge and you will also that tiny dark cutout line there most likely... the girls feet are not on the floor and while looking there i also saw a copy paste line there that you easely can cover with patch tool
I rly like this piece.. very realistic done too
Thanks for the improvement tips. CMYK - am considering your carrot suggestion. And to Eladine - wow. Your eyes are far better than mine - after putting in the intitial time in the construction of this piece - I said, "I'm done. Time to submit" I never looked back until the comments started to roll in. Fixed what was pointed out (girl, masking, sharp edges) keep 'em coming - this just keeps better and better from your suggestions.
xD very nice!!
Very well. One thing though, if you zoom in at the girls feet the wall behind has a very sharp edge and doesn't quite meet with the floor. You can blend that out with the eraser and clone tool. It might help if you add some shadows under the wheelbarrows aswell. Otherwise great image!
XD sorry but dont worry im even mroe pickier on my own work o.o; and i rly like what you did.. good job on the corrections by the way altho the copy paste lines above and below the door openeings are still there :P high marks from me anyway.. good job
Nice blend and good composition. I like the simplicity.
Holy hi resolution . No worries El, appreciate your attention to detail . Here is a sincere request; however - please provide me with your home email. Those c&p lines were dreadful! I gave a cursory look before submission, then I really took a look last night after your review ( ), then today I come back to check and I didn't even get most of them! so perhaps you'd be interested in "proofing" my entries prior to submitting them?? (for a small fee, of course!)
At any rate - I think this final correction should make you happy. I challenge you to find a single straight line anywhere on the piece lol !
And to you Thomas - if you'll review the source pic, you'll see that the "foundation" of the stable is indeed lifting there too on the left side. I tried to follow your suggestion in creating a blend at that point - and with your skills I might have been able to accomplish it - but alas, with my own I was leaving Captain Cloning Marks all over the image which Eladine would have discovered later this afternoon
so in the interest of saving myself some more time (or just being lazy) I opted to leave it as it was. Great eye; however - good perception and even better attention to detail.
(sheesh - you guys are even better than I remembered! )
(little disappointed in you CMYK though - not until today did I realize I spelled PIXLEYES with an "i" in the sign - slipping in the old age, bro - or just going for the obvious oversights?
EDIT: There you go, Bob. A carrot per your request (hope it improves your for typos and straight lines!!)
Ummm...I didn't mention anything about typos & straight lines, although I did say this is a great image. I'm glad the suggestions I DID make helped it be even better. Good luck, cranky author!
good use of source. Great to see you take on board suggestions to improve your entry. well done author.
great blending! good idea
Well done for trying Author. This entry definately deserves a high mark all the same.
I think you have improved it though haven't you? It looks better than it did.
Indeed Thomas, the image has improved greatly. The uh, carrot was an excellent suggestion. as were the shadow enhancement below the wheel barrows.
Anything else jump out at you??
I like this one!
Congrats for your third place, MrBig
Congratulations for 3rd
Congrats on the 3rd place Amigo...well done
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