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Goodbye Sommer - created by lillith53


Goodbye Sommer
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For this job I have used various images and to unite the pieces I have used tools and masks, options of fusion and regulations, various filters but all of default in photoshop cs6.
(5 years and 723 days ago)

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avatar Alan2641
Alan2641 says:

nice bit of work on the chair and the lighting -- may could do without the writing but that is just my opinion

author says:

Thanks for the favorable judgment. The writing I wanted to do her/it on the sand but I didn't like however I wanted to leave her/it so I have transformed her and put on the clouds.

(5 years and 723 days ago)


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goodbye is hard.... - created by ladiesman5555


goodbye is hard....
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(5 years and 838 days ago)

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avatar sshackle
sshackle says:

Sad

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goodbye old friend - created by scratzilla1


goodbye old friend
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thanks to the following for STOCK PHOTOS:

EquineStockimages D'art
for birds.

Falln: D'art for stock and brushes.

Goblin Stock D'art

Kuoma Stock D'art (5 years and 1150 days ago)

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avatar arca
arca says:

You have made a very complex image here and I see what you are trying to achieve.

IMO there are a few things that need to be corrected if you have the time.

The masking/cutout of the lady on the left could use some refining (if you can try using layer mask they can help refine the cut). The floor is a little too Cloned looking, you could try to use the cut and paste-over in small section, then position the bricks so they line up (which takes a fair bit of time) or try to get a full brick floor. The base could use a bit of perspective fixing ... the sides are slopping out a bit too much, I would say the upper-far corners could be moved in toward the center of the image a bit (using the Transform tool and hold down the Ctrl key to Free Transform individual corners). You can also see through the left hand side of the base at the back just in front of the lady (a quick way to fix this is just to duplicate the layer until it becomes solid and then merge the layers together). I know this is a lot but your idea is very nice and I believe you are headed in the right direction. If you have any questions just PM me

author says:

THanks VERY VERY MUCH !!! it is through this type of feed back one can grow . I wont have time to fix. but i will take on board your tips for next time...

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Goodbye cruel world - created by enblanco


Goodbye cruel world
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thanks to:
nevinstyre: concrete
hbrinkman: new york (5 years and 1189 days ago)

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avatar rbsgrl
rbsgrl says:

Very cool!

avatar nilknarfsoive

Oh... Don't jump! Nice.... GL

avatar lchappell
lchappell says:

believable!

avatar spaceranger

Congrats!!

avatar lordymail
lordymail says:

congrats, good work

author says:

Thank you all

avatar arca
arca says:

Congrats!

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And then there were 8 - created by stevey666


And then there were 8
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A little piece of my childhood died making this, 9 just seemed like a perfect number. Now the rhyme is "My Very Easy Method Just Speeds Up Naming". Naming what?

The idea I had was this to be a high school scientific resource from the 50s/60s, now updated to remove Pluto

Anyway, made with copying, resizing, burning, bluring, cloning. The usual suspects, nothing fancy.

Edit: I cleaned it up a little and removed the text as I felt the Pluto message to be stronger this way. (5 years and 1445 days ago)

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avatar jamespaul
jamespaul says:

like ur concept....

gud job

avatar DanLundberg

Clever and amusing. The planets need more shading to appear less flat and more like 'marbles' in the box. The back half of Saturn's rings should be inside the box bottom. (I like the slits in the box cover for the front half of the rings.) The labeling on the cover side is extremely bland [euphemism for 'boring']. Something shorter like "The Planets in a Box" spread across the entire front in colored, kid-friendly type would be more appealing.

avatar MossyB
MossyB says:

LOVE IT! Especially the crossed out "Pluto."
Simply Excellent. I hope you win with this one!

avatar itgik
itgik says:

Great work author.
My only suggestion would be that Uranus has rings too.

Pluto should still be a planet IMO

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Love it! Did you consider taking the balck out from the centre of Saturn's ring? s oyou could see the box behind it instead of space?

avatar hazem
hazem says:

it is very nice and new good luck

author says:

Edited a little (hope thats okay!), thanks everybody for your crits and comments. I need to work on my ability to shade.

itgik, I hated Uranus for having rings after I did Saturn, but they are comparitivly mild so I decided not to include them . I agree with Pluto, keeping it for old times sake, but damn I didn't know how many other Pluto sized objects there are: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:EightTNOs.png

avatar cabldawg71

nice idea and good chop Author I want one.

avatar jawshoewhah
jawshoewhah [banned] says:

Nice 1! GL!

avatar erathion
erathion says:

Great concept author...And i like Pluto idea so much...LOL...best of luck

avatar arca
arca says:

Very clever and original ... Poor Pluto!

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