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Graffiti Wall - created by skyangel


Graffiti Wall
Favs: 0SBS: 5Hi-resRank: 4/12Score: 58.1% (20)9030 views

(1 year and 328 days ago)

4 Sources:

Moderator says:

Hi Author, source 3 the sunflower, can you please link it to the picture and information page.

author says:

Done.

(1 year and 327 days ago)


author says:

Done.

(1 year and 327 days ago)


avatar BWR
BWR says:

good use of blend modes. looks pretty real.

author says:

Thanks BWR.

(1 year and 325 days ago)


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hippie eye

author says:

(1 year and 318 days ago)


avatar BWR
BWR says:

Congrats skyangel. Nice chop.

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job well done.. loved it

author says:

Thank you everyone.

avatar still26
still26 says:

YOU ARE BRILLIANT and so is your work.

author says:

Thanks Olga.

(1 year and 315 days ago)


BWR says:

Yes you are brilliant skyangel. I'm a fan.

(1 year and 314 days ago)


author says:

Thanks BWR. The feelings mutual. I am a great admirer of your work.

(1 year and 314 days ago)


avatar still26
still26 says:

One can learn A LOT from this side of pxleyes thanks to you guys, AND, the best part is you talk to us and guide us....sheesh, how wonderful is that?

author says:

I found most people are very helpful and tell you what you want to know if you just ask.

(1 year and 313 days ago)


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When Realities Collide Just pxleyes - created by declaredinsane


When Realities Collide Just pxleyes
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pxleyes.com collides with a photoshop transparent background.

Method:
- Star background shape for floor made using pen tool.
- Mixed background shapes for back wall using photoshop basic shapes.
- Starburst background shape for sky made using pen tool, duplicate many times, change anchor so when tilted it gives a starburst look.
- Background cut into 2 and converted to 3d and merged with logo in 3d space.
- Photoshop transparent background made using screen capture and capturing photoshop background.
- Patterns made using define pattern tool.
(2 years and 361 days ago)

Moderator says:

If no outside sources were used, please add a step by step or a description of how your entry was made.

author says:

Thanks for letting me know. I've added in description and hope it is sufficient.

(2 years and 361 days ago)


avatar Drivenslush

To help you in making a Step by Step for your entry.. it's good to save your progress in a file you can recall later as you go along.. a Screen Capture program is a big help, so you can describe what you've done as you go along. Great to see your entry and good luck

author says:

Thanks for the tip Drivenslush!

(2 years and 360 days ago)


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Thank you Author.

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Stop H8-N - created by killerbeekilled


Stop H8-N
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A girl paints a message and a flower.

Lots of masks, overlay, text effects and blending. :-) Enjoy

Step by Step Shows Purchase Receipts. (5 years and 525 days ago)

2 Sources:

avatar JamesD
JamesD says:

Your shadow is way too heavy imo would also be cool if the message and the flower linked somehow, either by bringing them closer or graphically.....

avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

Try making the shadow less opaque.

author says:

Okay, that was the natural shadow, so I didn't want to touch it much. I will work on it. Thanks for the tips, everybody!

avatar madamemonty

Congrats nice work

author says:

Thank you.

(5 years and 522 days ago)


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graffiti - created by roon


graffiti
Favs: 1SBS: 3Hi-resRank: 5/12Score: 64.7% (15)11305 views

(5 years and 963 days ago)

avatar Eladine
Eladine says:

you need to give the text some tecture like the wall and i suggest that you select the part of the text that u gave a darker color where the shadow is and color it again because the light red is seeing thru as if its badly painted over. holding off my vote for now. edit: perhaps if you select the shadow on the wall and color it in on a new layer with a greyish color simulair to the original shadow and then put that layer with the new shadow on top of all layers its fixed too, just get rid of the darkcolored in part where the shadow is now. It is just a little more work but theres plenty time till contest closes

avatar Cache Slinger

Great Idea!

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Cool with Graffiti - created by featherst


Cool with Graffiti
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(5 years and 1006 days ago)

avatar Drivenslush

clever and very well done good luck author

avatar BillRichards

That is sooooo cool.

author says:

Thanks!

avatar DanielaOwergoor

This is so .... punk!
Good idea, author, good job too.
But looking at hi-res, It could take better care of the edges... IMO.
However, your job is pretty cool.
Good luck

avatar pixelkid
pixelkid says:

Fun job, author! This is really cool. I agree with DanielaOwergoor...she has a good eye!

avatar rsguetre
rsguetre says:

Another case of a really good composition and idea, needing a few tweaks to take it to a whole other couple of levels: arm is a bit too "cartoony" compared to the rest of the image (needs something like the specular hilites that are present in the face), the blurry top edge of the sunglasses don't match the sharp bottom edge, the character's mohawk kind of ends abruptly in a squared off angle at the very top of his head ... I'll shut up now.

author says:

Thanks for the comments. I agree with the edges. Any suggestions to take care of them? What tool would you use?

avatar Drivenslush

Author, the CLONE tool works great on finishing edges if the image has been flattened, if not, an erase tool set at 80% in a sharp edge setting can do the trick.. ,you can also use the BLUR tool if the edges are super tiny but have a lot of sharp edges, blur will soften and blend..

to hunt down Outer debris I usually use the STROKE setting and erase the bad stuff and then shut off the Stroke tool after I've cleaned..

Lots of other suggestions may follow I hope.. (I really have never understood photoshop that much, it's all quite Greek to me, but I got the basics).. Good Luck

author says:

Thanks! I'll try these. The clone tool for sure.

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