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This picture is awesome! I love the mood and the color work.
After looking at the hi-res though, the perspective between the sheep and the backpackers looks off; right now they appear to be the same distance from the viewer, but I think that if you made the sheep a little further away, it would be more believable. Right now, the backpacker and sheep are competing for attention... if that makes sense.
Thank you dear!
lovely work, and I like the mood a lot too. Well put together.
That's so beautiful!! Please please post an SBS, I would like to know how you did it...
Fantastic scene author...Amazing mood and great execution...well done
Thank you guys! Minnie is just a photo manipulation!
You did good job on giving mood and lights to picture.
great composition..top entry
Congrats for first Daniela.
Congrats, it looks very cold
Thank you guys!! \o/
TIA.... PARABÃ‰NS !!!! VC MERECE !!!!
Congrats on 1st Place win
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this was always my favourite scene in any of the films, thanks heaps to Dave Keeshan and ocean yamaha at flickr for the AT-AT images (5 years and 1565 days ago)
Wow, very nice!
Author, those photos have a "Some Licensed Reserved" notice, and you must license them through Getty Images.
If you have licensing permission, you must include it, otherwise, the at-at photos cannot be used.
@MossyB-The source image is under a CC Attribution/Share Alike 2.0 license. This license was chosen by the author for the image and this usage is within the parameters of that license. If the author who uses this image wishes to license his new image (i.e.for commercial sales and distribution) then he/she must request license rights from Gettyimages. The author still owns the image and has chosen Gettyimages for any licensed use of the image. Since this entry has not been re-licensed by the entry author it shares the CC license and does not require the involvement of Gettyimages.
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with few tweaks on a snow man this could be fantastic star wars scene...maybe u could try to add some more star wars elements to complete this scene...any how i like it author and wish u best of luck
Nice homage to a great sci-fi epic! Nice job blending the AT-ATs into the scene, looks very believable!
nice work author GL
thanks heaps for your comments everyone, erathion i thought about putting some more star wars bits and pieces in but i didn't want it to look to crowded, i wanted more of an eminent fear of the empire kinda vibe rather than a a busy 'ode to star wars'
Absolute genius author!! Best of luck
very cool.. I tried not to let the geek in me do the voting, and judge the quality alone..
but alas, i have given in to the dark side
give in..... give in....... let the darkness take over
I have been assimilated - resistance was futile! Nice integration, author!
Congratulations for second....
thanks very much everyone, my first placing on pxleyes.com! thanks heaps for your votes and comments
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For snow. (5 years and 1566 days ago)
Nice blend! The man looks a bit big, but maybe that's just me...
Thank you guys!
very nice realistic work...best of luck author
Excellent Blend, Now where is the vampire ?.. giggle snort !!! (sorry author, just had to LOL) awesome job
Congrats for third Daniela.
Please see in hi-res! (5 years and 1566 days ago)
Very well done.. AWESOME in fact.. GOOD LUCK!!!!
yes very well done, though you tricked me! lol i thought it could have been a real photo. he is too frozen lol
Thanks sgc, the snow is there! I did make it but when I was doing the SBS I took it of and forget about it!!
(By the way, I've messed up my thumbs and I can't go back now. But in my heart you've got 5 . I just don't have the day...)
Thanks a lot Drivenslush!!
nice work looks very good -- the colour of the snow is a bit off but still very well done
Nice fix to the snow colour -
Funny concept, gave me a giggle. Work on blending the snow and tone down the colors and contrast on the snowboard guy. Try matching the red on his pants to the red in the orig picture, maybe that will help.
lol this is funny and very nicely done
@CrystleClear at the first look I thought in's a real photo too
Thank you guys!!
And thanks for your advice Alan and Elinoree, I'll try to fix the tone!!
EDIT: I've changed brightness and saturation a bit (I didn't want to get it too dark). And I've removed the blue color from snow and instead I set the blending mode of the layer to multiply. Thanks again!!
Super cool funny work author...best of luck
really creepy, but so amazing! great job, author!
haha, dis is funny...nice
He-he-he, can't stop laughing
(5 years and 1564 days ago)
Very cool work author...IMHO she is a bit big compared with the rest of the image...also perspective of the laps is for few degrees wrong...try to fix that and this will be great...by the way great touch with adding foot steps in the snow...best of luck
She's way too big, and the perspective on the tops of the lamps is wrong. Good idea & mood, though.
Also, symmetry doesn't help this image, two identical buildings is a bit weird. Find one or some tries for one of the sides.
edit: I made changes. Thanks erathion, CMYK46 and greymnal for your useful suggestions. But I don't understand how can I make my lamps perspective better...tell me
From the angle at which the lamps are shot, I don't see what you can do about the perspective issue.
You could transform the lamps just a bit , so that those in the foreground appear bigger, but Make Sure you Don't split the image with them. Splitting image = failed composition.
Also make the far distance foggy, so that you can't perceive horizon, but just image it. Check works of ponti & arca if you don't understand what i mean. I usually do it with some scatter common brush on a layer which I gaussian blur. But internet has many tutorials, try them.
Last tip: since all your elements are vertical, image might be plain - try to tilt the snowfall, a few degrees.
You're doing good, and you're also the only guy with warm mood!
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