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...You and Me. (5 years and 1169 days ago)
very nice execution
Thank you @Nator & @Drivenslush
Very creative and well executed, good luck!
Awww... so sad, and yet cute!
Very nice executed my friend, for sure my favorite!
Very creative use of source, well done!
Thank you @enblanco, @lilybean2011, @AdhirAnimator & @perlie.
Congrats!! Very original use of the source!
Congrats again, well done
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I hope you get what each die means ;) (5 years and 1173 days ago)
great entry, good luck!
Wow, nice concept and seamlessly blended with the overall image. Well done
Very creative, would be a real psycho ~~
Thanks for your comments!! They're really appreciated
Great entry author...One of the favorite for sure...GL
Thank you two! And yes... I hope so
Image source only. No woman was hurt while making this image.
for all women: this a joke, do not be offended :) (5 years and 1174 days ago)
reminds me of the Three Stooges and the Women Haters Club.. LOL.. great job
Hahahahahahaha! This is great! Made my day!
thank you, guys!
Hahahahaha good one
very good, very hilarious hahaha!!
really funny, good work!!
Hahaha, making friends between women, huh? Good luck!
Hahahaha good one !!
enblanco, I'm sure every woman tought at this, at least once, about the man in her life
hahahahahahahahahahahahaha.....damn author, this made me laugh for 15 minutes...well done...
very good, nice humor
LMAO! Looks like a cross between xkcd and PXLeyes
xD Haha, very funny! but ehh... thats not gonna happen right? x3
thanks for your comments, very appreciated!
nbaztec, I didn;t understand what you mean
lily, ofcourse it won't happen, we all love our girls
@author, I'm a bit of a geek: http://xkcd.com/385/
lol, never heard of that site before. Don't worry, I also understand the jokes from there, if you know what I mean....
:-p (5 years and 1170 days ago)
this is really gr8......
no sir, this IS SPARTA!
well...then syllogistic conclusion is SPARTA IS GREAT GL. author.
Just Great, wonderful!
"Spartans, what is your profession?"
@derdevil. Thanks and SPARTA is GREAT (Hear that ghost of Leonidas? Please don't come after me.)
@omercb Thank you.
really nice work, but I have seen this many times before
WONDERFUL and imaginative. Most creative entry so far. Well Done! SPARTA is GREAT!!!
@sigi, Thank you, that's what I found weird - that one was not at PXLeyes
@MossyB Thank you for the encouragement. Appreciate it.
That looks cool, and sure Sparta is cool too. Very creative concept to bring up such idea - how about having a sign pointing downward to indicate Sparta's toilet is down there?
(5 years and 1170 days ago)
You can't really tell you used the contest source, since a simple black and white square made with the rectangular marquee would accomplish the same thing...
Now, if you made the chess pieces better resemble the male and female figures, THAT would be creative, but this really is too CBR to be of much relationship to the contest source...
@MossyB, Thank you for your input. I agree on the square thingy, but I guess that's what SBSes are for, eh? Plus the source had the texture for the "marble-y" feel.
My first thought was the male & female figures only, but I lack the skills to make them look 3D from their current appearances.
The entire thing is the source pic after liquifying, warping & blending.
The perspective of the play figures is not the same as the board, they should be leaning back a lil more
Will try to fix it ASAP. Thanks.
I tend to agree with MossyB's comment, the source wasn't really needed to create this. I'm also curious about your response, you say you lack the skills to make the male/female source figures look 3D yet you say you created the chess pieces yourself with liquify and warp. The figures are a very simple form and much easier to add dimension to them than to create the complex shapes of chessmen from scratch. You don't show any source for the chessmen but they're all in correct perspective with complex details. Wonder how this is possible?
@spaceranger Thank you for your comment. What I meant wast I considered it'd be easier to create figures from scratch rather than warp the original figures. I can create simple constructions with warp & liquify, but am not as fluent with it as many other talented members.
As for the image, if you're suggesting I outsourced it, I'm kinda offended. The placing was more of a hit & trial (hence the sloppy perspective) & details were very generic.
SBS step 4 shows multiple layer above each other hence the lines.
SBS step 5 shows the strokes I made with pen tool. These ain't complex IMO.
There's nothing wrong with using reference as a guide which is all I suggested, it is difficult to draw those chess pieces from memory and they are most certainly more complex than the male/female icons. It was your statement that you lacked the skills that prompted me to ask.Your SBS doesn't show any steps in the liquify/warp creation of the pieces,step 4 just shows a silhouette with elliptical ridges and step 5 the lines added for detail. If you did create them without reference I'd say you do have the skills to have made the figures work contrary to your statement. Creating the pieces with liquify and warp without a base drawing seems a lot more difficult than drawing them digitally which is a more logical approach to me.
The pieces are standard pieces & their elliptical bases made it possible for me to make them look 3D. The original shapes were too plane. I couldn't get them to stand believably on the board. Now that I think of it, I could've used bases & snipped their legs, but that's for another time I guess. I agree with the logical approach but I tried, couldn't, hence changed the idea.
As for the reference, I first drew the silhouette using Pen tool, filled it, then warped the pieces accordingly.
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