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"No accidents until today!" - created by gchiou2008

No accidents until today!
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Magic wand, eraser tool, adjusts, transform, paintbrushes (5 years and 2319 days ago)

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avatar MossyB
MossyB says:

The lighting of the background doesn't match the lighting of the people and the shadows you've added don't match either one.

author says:

Good point, I'll fix it, because I did not realize!

avatar George55
George55 says:

Good job....good luck.

avatar RIPSAW
RIPSAW says:

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Milo's Sunset Drift - created by Stowsk

Milos Sunset Drift
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nothing but the source (5 years and 2537 days ago)

avatar pixelkid
pixelkid says:

Imaginative and beautiful. Nice approach to use the source without the swing. It belongs in a classic storybook, my friend.

avatar Drivenslush

Very Beatrix Potter only transported to modern day

avatar MossyB
MossyB says:

Pretty, but too CBR.
EDIT: "CBR" = Chopped Beyond Recognition. It's when you create a "jigsaw puzzle image by deconstructing the source image so badly that you could have used any image of anything to create with, because the original source is no longer visibly identifiable within the chop.

Warping, recoloring, and adding to an image is one thing. Chopping into such "mystery meat" shapes minimizes it's use in the final image. While it's allowed, (In the opinion of some), it's not the best example of one's chopping skills.

author says:

What's CBR?

avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

Good thinking, good color!

avatar Brunheroti

Gostei das sombras e cores

avatar erathion
erathion says:

Different approach author but great final product...well done

avatar dreamboy
dreamboy says:

Scenic atmosphere with nice composition.

avatar hereisanoop

Very nice result, gl

avatar DanielaOwergoor

Romantic image, really beautiful!

avatar arca
arca says:

Very pleasant scene ... interesting takes on the source.

My only "critique" would be that the little boat is perhaps a bit too centered ... it would add a little more life to the image if it was not directly in the middle of the image ... see here for Rule of Thirds and composition info ).

Sorry I am so late with my comment I know there is nothing you can do now but thought for next time

avatar Derivatix
Derivatix says:

would be perfect on the cover of a children's book. Very lovely, great imagination!

avatar Glockman
Glockman says:

Nice image , but have to agree a bit with mossyB

author says:

Thank you for your kind comments Mossy B. and Glockman.However, with all due respect, the fence, ground and fence shadows are all in tact except for color and contrast. I chose the area because of the long fence shadows. The swing, and only the swing has been the only element used in most of the entries in this contest. I just chose a different area and focused on that. I think the shadows lend to the wonderful perspective in this shot.

avatar hymerion
hymerion says:

I wonder why no one notice another entries who use less of source image - for example those entries who could be constructed from any other source image (the pieces of source are used only for their texture or color...) I like this entry, at least you could recognise a good piece of source. Good job!

avatar pearlie
pearlie says:

This is delightful and whimsical, author. I credit your creativity in using a different portion of the source other than the main object in it. Love the combination of image and digital painting, too.

avatar EmiK
EmiK says:

VEry clever idea =)

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Drift Roses - created by jawshoewhah

Drift Roses
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Best viewed in High Resolution (5 years and 3027 days ago)

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