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Brick House - created by migue1ito


Brick House
Favs: 0SBS: 4Hi-resRank: 9/16Score: 53.4% (0)3465 views

(5 years and 1941 days ago)

avatar k5683
k5683 says:

neat

avatar erikuri
erikuri says:

Pretty house!

avatar jawshoewhah
jawshoewhah [banned] says:

You really didn't need the source to make this. You barely used any of it. Honestly, you didn't even need it.

avatar itsdesign
itsdesign says:

good luck

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Mountain Towers - created by artist3001


Mountain Towers
Favs: 5SBS: 29Hi-resRank: 5/16Score: 60.3% (15)17361 views

Edit:
- Fixed some masking problems.
- Decided to go with a colder climate than the last image. (5 years and 1955 days ago)

3 Sources:

avatar erikuri
erikuri says:

Beautiful work...

avatar Lamantine
Lamantine says:

great great work

avatar wazowski
wazowski says:

Pretty fast submitted entry! I like the idea, you may want to mask the top of the pawn a bit better (some white edges here and there). Good luck!

avatar JamesD
JamesD says:

Pretty good, but room for improvement!

Im not entirely certain, but wouldn't the shadow be bent outwards over the slope rather than inwards? - the shadow from the furthest tower is too dark in relation to the closest - and - maybe a little addition to some shadows from the terrain would help place everything better - especially from the mound covering the foreground tower as it's casting nothing...

Oh and the glare fom the bottom of the 'tower' it's not true to where you're placing your shadows from, so maybe get rid of it and add some highlights to the relevant side

author says:

Thanks for the comments.

avatar DanLundberg

Cool over all. I personally don't think the duplicate background towers add anything, however. Also, the palm trees look fake. And the hi-res version highlights the white edge around the tower's top and the fakiness of the tower-bottom and sand-dune edges.

avatar hereisanoop

The top of the tower still remains sharp and white spots are there . but this is a good image... you have to make some touches there... good luck...

avatar PhotoRepair

Great but as above you could just try the matting controls, use the "layer" / "matting" from the top drop down menus and remove white matt or defringe to get rid of them, Then quick select and feather those edages slightly.

avatar swordfish
swordfish says:

nice creation ................ i like it ........ Gl to u ..........

author says:

Thanks for the helpful feedback. Image is now complete.

avatar sunzet
sunzet says:

Very nice, like the Pizatower, but in the mountains

avatar jawshoewhah
jawshoewhah [banned] says:

I like it! GL!

avatar JamesD
JamesD says:

yeah a much better image!?!... GL

avatar RAZ0R
RAZ0R [banned] says:

avatar westfall
westfall says:

i like the colder climate version!! great job!

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This is why I don't participate in this contest

avatar Arryko
Arryko says:

Nice work, and well done, gl

avatar Clinge
Clinge says:

Very nice, good luck

avatar erathion
erathion says:

Fantastic work author...IMHO u don't need other tower...any how this is great,high marks from me...best of luck

avatar itsdesign
itsdesign says:

nice

avatar jaskier
jaskier says:

Good.

avatar dollmommy
dollmommy says:

GL

author says:

Thank you.

avatar CorneliaMladenova

Super! It looks like the tower will fall out of the image at any moment

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Couple - created by erathion


Couple
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Ashlea-http://ashzstock.deviantart.com/

Elisabeth-http://lunanyxstock.deviantart.com/

James-http://fatalpoisonwhisper.deviantart.com/

Enzo Forciniti-http://www.sxc.hu/profile/pseudoxx

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Look High Resolution before voting (5 years and 2050 days ago)

5 Sources:

avatar loopyluv
loopyluv says:

Cool image

avatar jawshoewhah
jawshoewhah [banned] says:

cool stuff going on, GL!

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There's another image in this contest that uses a checkerboard floor. It's a great idea and you will find that the vast majority of renaissance paintings use some type of checkerboard pattern in the floor/ground to give the illusion of depth. Called an orthogonal grid. The problem with this image is that the angle of the checkerboard is such that you don't get that illusion because the vanishing points of the checkers is to the left and right of the vanishing point of the rest of the image. However, if this is your intention the image is fantastic. I am particularly fond of the lollypops.

author says:

In my art class professor of modern painting tell us this story about the some technique's.Salvador Dali was big fan of orthogonal shapes and that give's me inspiration for this entry.And because of Dali i wanted to create some distortion.At this all is in symmetry,ladders have curtain at opposite side,wall have wall,2 windows at left 2 at right,man at left,woman at right two lolly's,and sphere have scissors.Floor is only non fully symmetrical thing,and this was idea,to crash symmetry and to give some distortion.Thanks again for the fantastic comment.Its probably one of the best that i ever get.

avatar Govindrathod

Cool.....

avatar wazowski
wazowski says:

THis could have been done by Magritte, though perhaps he wouldnt have used a lens flare and rainbow colored ladder. For the rest pretty good on theme. Good luck!

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Author: Cool. I wasn't sure if you'd done it on purpose. I think that it's great! Good idea throwing off the symetry with that.

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FOLLOW THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD - created by SHIPLEYGIRL


FOLLOW THE YELLOW BRICK ROAD
Favs: 0SBS: n/aHi-resRank: 14/16Score: 50.2% (0)9225 views

(5 years and 2079 days ago)

2 Sources:

avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

Good idea, but try to make the post look like it's actually in the road, not just pasted on top...it should have a shadow, too.

avatar jawshoewhah
jawshoewhah [banned] says:

agrees with cmyk. You should also place the signs more off to the right.

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Bravo, Wonderful, Fabulous, is there anymore to say?!?!

avatar jawshoewhah
jawshoewhah [banned] says:

Wow I get brozed but yet you used my suggestion. By the way, the shadows on the sign are wrong. They would be like the one on the left but try drop shadow, not whatever you did. Also shoes need a lot of work on the edges and a shadow too.

avatar akshaysvilla

well honestly speaking i don see any logic in this..you've jus written one simple note in a direction board which is going all places..you could have used the source image in a much better way..

avatar dollmommy
dollmommy says:

Don't take my comments on this as rough criticism, just constructive, well meant suggestions.Good imagination on this, but there are several things that you could do to improve on it. I think the shoes have been mentioned by others, and the cloning on the grass next to the pathway needs to be cleaned up a bit. Changing the signs to point all the same direction could really be a plus. Overall you did have a good concept, it's your execution that needs some improvement.

avatar jawshoewhah
jawshoewhah [banned] says:

Those kids of yours must really be occupying your time but the sign shadow is not hard to create. I wish you at least tried,,

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"Why?" - created by pingenvy


"Why?"
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To explain the title, I picture this boy withdrawn in the dark room from some unknown sad event. That's just the situation I imagine from the scene.

I just tried to focus on believability and atmosphere. The brick wall photo is mine.Thanks for the other source photos from homero nuñez chapa (toy car), Lydiat (bookstore), Pamporoff (old Books), and Vincent Crivello (boy) (5 years and 2098 days ago)

4 Sources:

avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

Why what? It's a nicely done image, but I don't get the relevance of the title. The shadows of the boy & toy should rotate about 5 degrees counterclockwise.

avatar ponti55
ponti55 says:

very nice blend of sources, and excellent shadows. Great job!

avatar jawshoewhah
jawshoewhah [banned] says:

I would adjust the shadows on the kid and car. Only noticable in high res but they kind of seem like the are floating. The books are a better match as far as correct shadow. I was confused by the title too. Perhaps you could include that in your description.

EDIT: It appears like you made the shadow adjustment. I didn't mention before but you did go a good job on the perception and felt I must give you props.

avatar chaplain
chaplain says:

So far my favorite in this contest. The use of a vanishing point is outstanding. Few things are more satisfying than finding a nice quiet place to read, play with a car, or just be alone. I really like the feel of this peice.

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JKSinger says:

very nice g.l

avatar divair
divair says:

Very good work

avatar RickLaMesa

the doorway is off center

author says:

Thanks for the contructive comments. Yes I did adjust the shadows per CMYK46 about 2.5 degrees & tried to clarify the title. I also adjusted the shadow under the car(thanks jawshoewhaw) and trimmed the edges of the shadow because it had a bit of a curve to it. RickLaMesa, The source window was off center too. I just put the door where the window was, lol.

avatar George55
George55 says:

looks real nice...gl

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nice blending of sources author... well done...

avatar nasirkhan
nasirkhan says:

Nice work.

avatar Glockman
Glockman says:

Personally I think it quite good, nice image and well done

avatar RichieMB
RichieMB says:

I like this, great work

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