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Thanks to night-fate-stock, faestock, Capgros, marcel66. (2 years and 187 days ago)
Very good ,Creative concept ! Reply »
very new ,good luck Reply »
very nice Reply »
Great concept. Maybe try darkening the end of the white line to match the depth of where the road ends. You could do this with the holes in the road too (but lighten).
Cool image though! Reply »
Thanks for the nice comments.
SBS added. Reply »
with the light given, i guess you could hv showed the
thickness of road in the hole with the lighter grad tones... Reply »
Cool idea. Reply »
wow wow wow...i know is minimal usage of the source, but damn author...idea with the holes is top notch...well done and extra points for originality... Reply »
This is simply Amazing work very original and looks like it could be used for a commercial ad Very Cool Author Reply »
beautiful entry.... good luck author Reply »
GL! Reply »
Congrats, great entry! Reply »
Congrats on first place Reply »
Congrats for your first place, Akassa! Reply »
Congrats Akassa fabulous work Reply »
congrats on first... Reply »
Congrats!! Reply »
Congrats akasa.., nice job Reply »
yes, this is very creative
here is the original work:
You forgot to mention:
6. concept by anapt Reply »
Blatant Copyright Infringement, and not even enough decency to credit the artist she stole the concept from...Shame! Reply »
...and she claims she didn't ... sucha nerve Reply »
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Mcfly1980 from SXC for the hole
MBeltman from SXC for the Mushrooms
Charfade from DA for the grass brushes (2 years and 187 days ago)
spooky and FUN!!!! (GOOSE PIMPLES) Reply »
wow!! awesome! Reply »
Nice reconstitution of the house! Reply »
Nice job reconstructing the shed! Crop out the part of your lighting effect that's casting shadows on the siding at left...light doesn't go around corners. Reply »
Thanks CM, will get on it
It's like "the painter of light" work! Very pretty. Love it. Reply »
Thanks for that MnM!! His work is amazing. Sadly, I'm nowhere near that level yet Reply »
It looks wonderful! The lighting is perfect.. you've created a wonderful atmosphere. Reply »
MnMcCarta, please tell me you're not a Kincaid fan...do you have a picture of dogs playing poker on your wall too? Reply »
well done.... i can see the moon in tht empty sky..... Reply »
Great entry..., love the compositon and mood..., GOoD LuCk... Reply »
Good chop. Reply »
Super thing author...i love it...instant fav from me... Reply »
Wow Superb work here I feel like I could step right into this image and I love the little owl up in the trees hiding out Absolutely Stunning work Reply »
spooky feeling.... great ilumination over the dark areas.... good luck Reply »
Congrats for your second place, Helen! Reply »
congrats for second... Reply »
Congrats for the second place.., good work Reply »
(2 years and 189 days ago)
Interesting CBR. Nice colors. Reply »
SBS would be good to show how the source was used.
Edit: Maybe some arms, too? Reply »
i used from the source picture the sky the road for hair, parts of the house for the concept dress and hat and the bushes from background for shoulder plants, the main job was the blending , the color and painting over.
edit: cmyk i prefer her without arms becouse I want my attention points on her head and bottom Reply »
Author, you need a SBS...what's the source for the tree things growing out of her shoulders where the arms might have been?
EDIT: How can she pick her nose with no arms? Reply »
how can she pick her nose with no arms? hehehe...nice comment...and nice work too... Reply »
bad , bad CMYK Reply »
Wow, .....beautiful! Reply »
Lovely! Reply »
Very very nice final result,but SBS for sure have to be more detailed,especially when u do some CBR...good luck author Reply »
Good things: chick, colors, textures, constrast, proportion, chick, formes.
Not so good things: source not easily enough recognizable, she could have had a window from the shed on her (Dali style) , Symmetry !!! = Makes it less interesting.
You know that short poem about the perfect cube ? It will make sense when you ll read it Reply »
CMYK lol How can she pick her nose with no arms? - Author I quite like it nice idea however I would like to add some advice for a future reference - i would use my print screen for each step taken otherwise nice artwork here Reply »
I explain in SBS step guys, practicaly was duplicate, flip horixontaly and for the dress i distors the part of the house with twirl on default setttings.
I know this isnt muchy but this came out ...what can I do.
the most job on her was to put the color togheder the blend and for this I used selective color, curves, hue saturation.
Also I paint over the shadows and lightning .
Thank u for your comments. Reply »
i like the old photo feel.. good job.. even if she can't pick her nose Reply »
good luck.... it is an interesting work..... Reply »
Congrats for your third place, Nanaris! Reply »
congrats... Reply »
thank u! Reply »
Congrats... Reply »
(2 years and 191 days ago)
Interesting. GL! Reply »
This reminds me of an apartment complex I once lived in...lol! Reply »
Creative thinking Reply »
CREATIVE!!! Reply »
Amazing! Reply »
wonderful ......... Reply »
nice construction...good luck Reply »
Neat I like the way you added the sheds together on this gl author Reply »
nice work.... good luck Reply »
Congrats man.... Reply »
Eventually, everything returns to Nature... (2 years and 191 days ago)
Good idea, but a bit too desaturated. Reply »
Actually, I didn't desaturate it at all...I actually INCREASED the yellows and cyans.
It's a jungle, not the middle of a desert...
See for yourself:
I've lightened the overall image 5%, for those who may have darker monitor resolutions. Reply »
My nontechnical reaction is "blah." In your source pic, the cabin and its immediate environment are brighter/more-attention-grabbing (have a higher dynamic range) than anything in this image. Everything here is uniformly dark with no brighter portion to capture the viewer's attention. Reply »
Thank you, Dan and Nator. Your comments give me a direction to aim for as to how to correct and improve the image. Reply »
Woooowwww...very good with crops and nice choice to the new background. I think this give value to the final art. Reply »
is that a shed made of wood and gold ? must be expensive then,....oh well I want just to live there......LOL..... Reply »
very nice work author...best of luck Reply »
nicely done...... good blending and colors..... good luck Reply »
Wow you turned it into the Unibomer's shack! GL! Reply »