You ain't seen me, right ! (5 years and 681 days ago)
Step 1, cut out lizard and top of wall (paste as new layer)
Step 2, select rectangle of background above lizard (paste as new layer)
Step 3, resize background selection to fit over lizard
Step 4, separate cut out lizard from top of wall (paste as new layer)
Step 5, adjust colour of cut out lizard to match background colour
Step 6, cut out lizard eye (paste as new layer)
Step 7, adjust all layers Opacity to blend with background
Step 8, add speech bubble.
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Everything is from the original source. (5 years and 1483 days ago)
Lots of fun here author!!! Great visual!
Congrats, very nice work
Congrats, good work!
source and my images (5 years and 1581 days ago)
Unique and colorful (I like colorful). I think shadow intensities and shadow contours given the shape it's falling on (e.g., the big red sphere which ends up looking like a big red disk here) could be refined, however.
Lol on the title! Nice imagination here = )
ahhhhh....this is so cool...GL author
This is really good.
Or maybe I am.... (5 years and 1706 days ago)
chopped very well ..
Good job, but glasses frames are blurry & the arm on our right side doesn't depress the hair inward.
I guess the blur on the frames came from s resolution mismatch or something like that and as far as the arm not depressing the hair...as this is only my second chop.....I guess the sad fact is I really don't have any clue as how to give that illusion...LOL...any suggestions?
Wow. Getting in uncharted waters there author.
Honestly, I think you might have used the blur tool a bit on the frames of the glasses? Correct me if I'm wrong. That's what it looks like to me. And about the hair, depending what version of ps you are using, liquify would help. Using "push" to slightly depress the hair so its more believable would be good. PsE doesn't have liquify to my knowledge, but I run cs2 and it does.
You could choose to paint back in the parts of the frames that look so blurry and then blend to suit the image.
Thanks jaded...I have CS5, have never messed with the liquify filterso I will play a bit....thanks for the help...and yes....you have robvdn to thank for convincing me to branh out a bit....LOL
Be gentle with that liquify...as it is touchy. It took me some practice to figure out how to use it effectively.
And trying new things is always great fun. Are you using a drawing pad or a mouse to do your work?
I have a pad....have lots of neat toys, just starting to put them to good use for a change...thanks again for the assistance, I'll give it a go tomorrow.
Blending is really well-done. IMHO, maybe get rid of blur around the glasses, then it will be 100% I really love it, though!!
You've convinced me = )
I would have never guessed
(mutated termite) used only one other source (5 years and 1947 days ago)
great job author...well done
great entry! the shadow is a little bit bent though
Thanks for the tip ricky777...made that little correction, thanks for the good words people.
hehehe.. neat Idea.. great find with the light pic!!!! good Luck!!!
great idea go get em bugaboo!
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