Photoshop Pictures: Bicycle



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Old bike - created by Mario


Old bike
Favs: 1SBS: 8Hi-resRank: 2/5Score: 68.8% (34)7618 views

5 font type used for this one (5 years and 277 days ago)

avatar DanLundberg

Very fun! A "Cloud" in the sky might be amusing. I would note that tires that aren't perfect circles are going to make for a wobbly ride.

avatar gibbsld
gibbsld says:

Great work, I like the smooth curves and the background makes the words stand out.

avatar Drivenslush

congrats!

avatar IDt8r
IDt8r says:

Congrats on 2nd!

avatar anoosh
anoosh says:

congrats Mario

avatar red
red says:

congrats

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Congrats

avatar darkshellie23

congrats

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a crow's perch - created by dreddick


a crows perch
Favs: 0SBS: n/aHi-resRank: 5/5Score: 57% (0)8972 views

created using clone, path, brush, and hue-saturation/brightness-contrast. (5 years and 1042 days ago)

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avatar MossyB
MossyB says:

The basket is too sharp edged in comparison to the rounded edges of the rest of the sculpture.

By comparison, the "neck" of the sculpture where the head was removed is too soft and rounded, making it look lumpy and somewhat "melted." A bit sharper "break" edge would better convey the headlessness. You may also want to clone in some of the leaf pattern behind the neck to better blend the space with the background.

avatar Hayato
Hayato says:

To get rid of the sharp edged basket, try to use a little bit Gaussian Blur. Or just use the Blur Tool. A little lighting to the "neck" should make an illusion to the headless stone. Btw, where's the so called Crow? It's too dark to see the crow standing by the "neck". Try to add a little highlights to the Crow's feathers that reflect the lights/sun rays.

Hope it helps. Awesome idea, Author.

author says:

Thanks for the tips!

avatar MossyB
MossyB says:

The neck looks much better, but now you've increased the overall contrast too much, making the brights look "blown out" to almost pure white, which really makes the ground look bad, almost like a poor infra-red effect...

Also, although you've now softened the basket, it shows NO highlights to correspond to the rest of the statue. You may have to hand paint those in with either the Paintbrush, or the Dodge tool.

Perhaps you should add a bit of the green color of the foliage back into the image?

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twin badass ride a bicycle on - created by wooyuenfoo


twin badass ride a bicycle on
Favs: 0SBS: 3Hi-resRank: 5/5Score: 58.4% (0)5344 views

(5 years and 1067 days ago)

avatar Drivenslush

GRAVITY LAW BE DAMNED!!! hehehehehe good luck author

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Note from author: background image is own source.

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Bicycle - created by chakra1985


Bicycle
Favs: 0SBS: 7Hi-resRank: 5/5Score: 56.3% (0)4883 views

(5 years and 1698 days ago)

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avatar woodztockr

Great creation... very well done!

avatar ponti55
ponti55 says:

Great job, very nice work

avatar GolemAura
GolemAura says:

if you use PERSPECTIVE on the base pattern.. you could make it look more flat (then shadow according to the angle) just put the layer with the pattern into perspective and then pull it wide on the bottom it will help it look like the ground is flat (the sbs is wonderful)

avatar freejay
freejay says:

Good idea but the perspective is all over the place

avatar k5683
k5683 says:

cute idea but the outlines are odd and the blanket would be showing through some of the wheels

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Balanced Bicycle - created by Gilert


Balanced Bicycle
Favs: 0SBS: 7Hi-resRank: 5/5Score: 54.4% (0)7194 views

My first entry: I used only the original image. The tires are from the front knob, rims from the scale pans, spokes from the right scale hanging wires, the seat from a rubber foot, the chain from thread on the foot, the gears from the large knob in front, chrome parts from main stand, and the frame from the scale arm with gradiant fill. I used the transform and warp tools a lot. (5 years and 1775 days ago)

avatar gopankarichal

good first entry. Add a step by step guide.

avatar dreamdriven

good work

avatar devangel
devangel says:

very good work for first entry.

avatar gornats
gornats says:

great idea , just spend more time on it
must have sbs (step by step guide)

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Nice idea of your first Entry Author...G/L.

avatar Tuckinator

i don't see the source and you don't have an sbs

avatar ponti55
ponti55 says:

Clever use of stock! Maybe try adding a background, just like a sidewalk or something.. nothing major. Good luck!

avatar pixelkid
pixelkid says:

Good job, author! Not sure why the back tire shadow is so much smaller than the front. Nice use of source and good job!

author says:

Wasn't sure HOW to do the SBS, when I figure it out, it will be here.

avatar fille
fille says:

the chain is too flaccid! cool!

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