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(5 years and 735 days ago)
I like it!
Very cool! Love the octopus!
Love the whimsy, and the image is very clean. The octopus is an excellent addition! But, with the amount of light coming down from the top, I would have added a few caustics to give the image a bit more depth. Just my opinion.
Caustics? Sorry I don't think I got it
A bit dark but beautiful
Thank you people. I'm afraid I clicked on the wrong icon - 1 point instead of 5
Congrats Divair terrific work
Thanks a lot @madamemonty
Congrats for the nice composition!
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(5 years and 736 days ago)
Effects are well done. WTG!
that sure is a BIG manatee
fantastic. very good..a cover for a book. bravo
(5 years and 739 days ago)
This is cute, and nicely detailed! Love the 'bluing' effect. Really like the humor factor.. *Wondering how it got through the small opening*
(5 years and 733 days ago)
Source 5 is part of a series of computer manipulations.
hmm i used it before in 2 earlier contests....
IMO, the bird on the mast is way too big, about the size of a human. Compare to the windows on the ship. Good luck!
Author, your comment was removed, entries must remain anonymous, by adding the link to your previous entry your entry was no longer anonymous. CMYK46 is correct about source 5 and it can not be used. We mods are volunteers, and human, and occasionally an unusable source will slip through as in your previous entry. Not this time though... sorry
np i used another source
An underwater cut-away view is always interesting! Very good idea, but it's just a tiny bit dark, and the underwater objects wouldn't line up with what's above (magnification & light refraction)
Layer masking and paint brush work. The background consists of gradient filled layers and some cloud filters. (5 years and 740 days ago)
Excellent coloring and contrast. However, the whale looks almost as detailed at the objects in the foreground. Makes him appear tiny. If he were a softened a touch, he would appear to be more distant.
@ JannaR, thanks for the nice remarks and the critique of my whale's size. A Blue Whale, at 98' is close to being 1/6th the length of a now defunct Russian Typhoon class submarine. I was trying to give the illusion of it being in the background just a slight distance.
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