The true face of the king is revealed (1 year and 128 days ago)
Flip the reflection for a "true" face.
It's not too late to flip the reflection...
Means like to change the man in real and statue in the mirror?
Imaginative and humourous and chop well done (realistic).
Thank You For your kind review
The head in the mirror should be facing the same way as the statue...don't you see it?
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Unusual wire sculpture found on a sand dune. (1 year and 327 days ago)
Very imaginative. Me like.
Interesting technique you used to make the sculptures
Good chop. Good win. You won two today!!
Congrats again Skyangel
The Earth and Nature goddess. (2 years and 265 days ago)
Figure needs a reflection, shadows are wrong. Look at the shadow under the chin for original light source.
There are already reflections in the water. Can't you see them? It has the statue reflection and the starfish reflection and also the cloud reflection in the water. As for the shadows, they are following the same angle as the shadow on the knee and chin. See that knee shadow? It is heading slightly to the left. The chin shadow seems to be going straight down so I figured I needed to use both source shadows to make my own shadows. I made the ivy leaf and starfish shadows aim down and slightly left. The dark area you see above the leaves on the knee are cracks in the statue. Those areas are holes. The ivy is growing through those cracks.
Now if you still think the shadows are wrong, which way do you think they ought to go if not slightly down and to the left?
The light source is almost overhead. I'd make the shadows lower and more to the right. I'd also make the reflection more visible.
I moved the shadows 6 pixels more to the right and 3 pixels further down and made the reflection more visible for you.
Thanks for your help CMYK.
Recycled rusty scrap metal sculptures.
Created totally from source image. (3 years and 202 days ago)
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Both links lead to the same image, which is copyrighted. Please read http://www.pxleyes.com/blog/2009/06/how-and-where-to-find-legal-source-images/
Good link & source now.
background of sculpture is made by using texture effect in photoshop.
Nice work. In the original photo the background behind the sculpture is darker on the right hand side. Maybe, it is an idea to apply a gradient to the background to make it even more convincing.
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