(2 years and 215 days ago)
Welcome back author Great job
It's been nice coming back, thank you
Hey PONTI55!! WELCOME BACK!!! congrats on your entry.. look forward to many more of your wonderful creations.
Hahaha nice to see you again!!
Great welcome back to the Group! 3rd place on the first try coming back.. OUTSTANDING!!!! hehehe.. smooch!
4th place, just to correct you but thank you for the warm welcome!! Much love!!
hehehe, 0.2% difference.. hehehe.. I'm blonde.. I'm allowed to be stupid hehehe
Congratulations on fourth
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(2 years and 221 days ago)
sweet little bird
Thanks my friend...
Congrats on 3rd place!
Great job on 3rd
Thanks my friend.
Thanks my friend...
Thanks, and thank you for giving me a favorite.
thanks to biewoef (http://www.sxc.hu/profile/biewoef) for this dancing girl source (5 years and 810 days ago)
i really like this image, but viewing the hi-res throws me off a little due to the 2 separate focal points you have in the image. The legs in the foreground, and then the dancers hand in the background. Since these are not in the same line of depth, they would not both be able to be in the same focus. really great work over all! GL!
Agree with Nator. Love the monotone color restraint.
Edited,changed contrast colors and copypasta.
Specials Thanks to Angela R. Sasser ladydove7 at DA (5 years and 827 days ago)
great idea (Do you think you could isolate her a bit?, Outer glow blur or soft dodge on her edges, she's looking a bit flat to me, (But that could be my eyes, they suck).. great Idea and very good luck author (All IMHO of course) (the person in the muck is pretty funny LOL) good luck
Thanks for the comment i add some contrast and saturation also i soft dodge it. I looks a lil bit dif xD
n1ce work author..
If you lighten & desaturate the background a bit, the blacks in the soldier woman will stand out from the background. As it is, there's no depth. The skulls just look pasted on, and kinda silly. This image has potential.
I like the idea author, but it seems you bit off a little more than you could chew with this one. Keep practicing i see a lot of potential, with your eye for the details in the design. you still need to work on your eye for the workmanship. really the only object that looks like it was placed in well is the woman with the gun. all other images are either too blurred, or have some poor masking done. A tip for masking is to always use the pen tool to mask, then to feather your selection by about 2px (depending on the size of the image), and also to contract/expand the selection slightly.
You are right, it was not over i didnt have to time to send the finish image. I got lost 2 days and the edition timing was over! Thanx for the advice
(5 years and 827 days ago)
well how clever is this? hehehehe.. wonderful idea
I agree Ernest..
its a great idea and to make it even stand out more I suggest you add some shadows below some parts of the edges of the stamp because stamps tend to get loose on the edges a bit the cutout could have been done a lil bit better or choose a different method of cutting off the edge. perhaps if u place a row of small circles next to eachother on the same height with a lil space between them and then used those to cut the edge of the stamp, that you can make that stamp edge cutout more realistic and less like it has been cut with one of those craft scissors with the swirly zigzag blades etc.. also you did a very nice work on the inkstamp on the stamp
the postmark stamp looks great! i think the actual stamp could use some work. The flowers and the stamp feel like two different color pallets are used. If you use the "Match Color" adjustment it will help shift the colors to match better (Image > Adjustments > Match Color). Just have the layer selected that the color needs to be adjusted, then in the match color, select the source, being the layer that you want to match the color to. adjust the sliders until you get the look that you want and you are good. ;] Great work overall! good luck!
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