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(5 years and 1273 days ago)
Too dark, you can barely make out the contest source at all. A full moon that close would provide a LOT more light, and would give a strong back light "halo" around the building at the very least.
ok i guess indeed it was a bit to dark, changed it now and made a halo around hope its better now
Author it's a good image, I'm just trying to figure out where the lantern came from and why, if she's a ghost, why would she need it to light her way? I think if you did as MossyB suggested with giving more of a glow off the moon, it would bring the image together a little better IMHO..I would say too you could make her a little more transparent..I like what you're trying to do with the image Best of Luck
thx christy for ur comment, but the lantern is just to create some effect, its a fantasy image so imho its not taht important why she needs the lantern or not, and what mossy recommended i already did that ( see my comment under mossy's)
can see where you were going with your ideas,, i know how hard it is to bring them to the page.. not a bad image over all.. however, i do agree with previous postings.
Congrats, very nice work
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(5 years and 1267 days ago)
Blending is good (as always ) but maybe you can make it a more surreal image?
True Rob but ran out of time.
hehehe.. looks like a real macro (Now I'm going to have to be extra careful when walking in the garden) good luck.. very well done
hahahahaha very nice this is the kind of pictures i love looking at when i go to a photoshop site...
Thanks to emik at pxleyes.com for the texture photo used in background. Weather vane is my own photo, and the rest of image is created from source photo. (5 years and 1270 days ago)
Too much canvas texture for a watercolor.
This is how I really do acrylic watercolor on canvas. Have you ever tried it?
The canvas texture is too dark, so it doesn't look like "real acrylic watercolor on canvas." It just looks like too heavy a digital canvas texture.
Also the trees on the side have no texture or paint effect, so they just look like pasted on tree distortions.
It's an interesting digital technique, it just needs a bit more polishing to not look quite so artificial.
Yes, acrylics are indeed water soluble, and you can paint with them on canvas. Watercolors are of course also water soluble, but are mostly used on watercolor paper, not canvas as the title of this image implies.
I like the effect, well done.
like the colours within this image... texture is a personal preference , i will take it as creative licence.
Beautiful work,,,,,,,,,,,,,good luck!
Very beautiful author, I love the textures and feel.. AWESOME!
Too dark man.And the daylight doesn't match up to this scene.
I have to agree. Being the scene at day time... why so dark? But apart from that, very good work! (:
(5 years and 1272 days ago)
Really nice manipulation. The boat needs to be a bit more "in" the water (it looks like it is slightly above it along the bottom edge), but overall this is very creative and well done!
Thanks you so much, MossyB.
fun and creative use of source. agree with MossyB about the water line.. masking in the future will help with that.. gL
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