Photoshop Pictures: Parrot



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Parrophant - created by eMatoma


Parrophant
Favs: 0SBS: n/aHi-resRank: 9/21Score: 56.9% (0)4079 views

(1 year and 281 days ago)

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It's so cute I can't help laughing

avatar Tuckinator

Great work with the feathers

avatar Tuckinator

This should have scored higher.

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Inversion - created by ajzaib47


Inversion
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(3 years and 174 days ago)

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avatar Drivenslush

Author, (Just a suggestion) there are some "Bluing" debris around the neck of the green parrot face. Fixing that will help you get a higher score from voters. You may want to explore using a super tiny/soft "Smudge" tool to make the edge of the neck "Fuzzy/Furry" instead of so sharply cut.
Little details help in the realism. This is a fun idea and I wish you luck.

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Flame On! - created by JamesD


Flame On!
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Thought I'd do something different than the usual Phoenix so found a Parrot instead. Hope you like it!

Better in High-Res



(5 years and 521 days ago)

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Nice! Parrot rising! The flames look great around the bird.

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estevanov says:

NICE! I would have played a little bit more with the blurred flames at the front to enhance the depth of field effect.
And there are some weird vertical lines at the lower left of the parrot...intensional?

author says:

I have a semi noticeable DOF but you can't notice it so much on the flames at the front, I was going to put some floating embers in the foreground but am still undecided on that. I tried to limit the flames in front to focus on the bird more.

The lines you mention are the tips of the parrots wing and tail feathers, they do look out of place but I at least wanted some the wing showing, could probably tone them down abit

(5 years and 520 days ago)


avatar madamemonty

Congrats James terrific work

author says:

Thank you

(5 years and 516 days ago)


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Congrats

author says:

Thanks

(5 years and 516 days ago)


avatar spaceranger

Congrats James!!

author says:

Thanks

(5 years and 516 days ago)


avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

Congrats!

author says:

Thanks

(5 years and 516 days ago)


avatar IDt8r
IDt8r says:

Congrats, James!

author says:

Thank you

(5 years and 515 days ago)


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Rabbit or Parrot ? - created by ChristianDarmali


Rabbit or Parrot ?
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(5 years and 653 days ago)

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avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

Rarrot? Pabbit?
Pretty good, but you've overexposed an already overexposed background...explore Image>Adjustments>Exposure for future reference. GL author.

author says:

Pabbit maybe...Haha

(5 years and 653 days ago)


avatar Cellesmiles

Love the colours!

author says:

Thanks,Cellesmiles....

(5 years and 648 days ago)


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A Dangerous Life - created by rusvelt2000


A Dangerous Life
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I hope you will appreciate my entry, this is my very first time I try it. (5 years and 940 days ago)

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avatar vipinm
vipinm says:

IMO the worm and your size should be little bit same(or the worm can be bigger than you) and that look more convincing to the theme that's what i thought

author says:

It is a inchworm, so I supposed it was the right size. But thank you for the suggestion.

(5 years and 941 days ago)


avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

Lose the lens flare, and give the man a proper shadow.

author says:

Shadows are my weaknesses.... thanx

(5 years and 941 days ago)


avatar Nav777singh

nice thinking

avatar kyricom
kyricom says:

Nice... but why can you see a light through the bird's head?

author says:

It is to increase the sensation of the parrot's aggressiveness. It's eye was too much cute.

(5 years and 940 days ago)


avatar kyricom
kyricom says:

ohhhhh... maybe red, or some other "evil" color. Kind of looks like he has a hole in his head right now.

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pearlie says:

Love your idea of the button, thimble and needle!

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