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Still life with bird foot - created by krigios


Still life with bird foot
Favs: 1SBS: 4Hi-resRank: 9/56Score: 68.2% (4)13395 views

Apart from the photos, some parts are drawn. (5 years and 2133 days ago)

7 Sources:

avatar oziipop
oziipop says:

nice..but not your best work.

avatar pixelkid
pixelkid says:

Surreal and cool. I think I would have enjoyed seeing the triangle less straight...more on an angle as if it's actually being worn.

avatar robvdn
robvdn says:

Congrats with a spot in the next round

avatar erikuri
erikuri says:

Good luck on the next round!

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still hope - created by andi


still hope
Favs: 0SBS: n/aHi-resRank: 4/56Score: 67.2% (23)10652 views

(5 years and 2159 days ago)

6 Sources:

avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

This would be great if I could believe the attachment of the wings.
PS: I'd also offset the star cluster in the background so it's not right at the top of the wing. Author, with some tweaks this could be a great image.

avatar wazowski
wazowski says:

Nice idea, but I recommend to have a closer look at the masking of the girl/angel. The edges can do with some softer and more subtle edges here and there. Good luck!

author says:

ok i have fix some things

avatar pixelkid
pixelkid says:

Really have to say that I love the blending of arm through the clouds. Perhaps take a bit of 'coolness' blue color out of the arm below the clouds to allow the flesh to be warmer from the 'sunlight'. Nice job.

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Still life - created by robvdn


Still life
Favs: 4SBS: 1Hi-resRank: 2/56Score: 69.2% (35)8249 views

One more (own) source in the SBS, background is selfmade. (5 years and 2172 days ago)

6 Sources:

avatar Akassa
Akassa says:

Great compilation but what's the thing on the background?

avatar madamemonty

LOL Akassa.... I was wondering the same thing, it's in the sbs though and is a knight chess piece, once I'd seen the sbs pic I found it hard not to recognise it. A lovely composition author

avatar pixelkid
pixelkid says:

Nice job, author! Really appealing composition of the sources you used. I had the same question about the knight piece in back. Perhaps make it more recognizable somehow...

avatar pearlie
pearlie says:

I had the same thought about the chess piece, its base is not visible, perhaps that would help. Author, what are the source links for the two wooden pieces - the one the feather is in and the smaller one behind? Nice composition overall, tho.

author says:

Thanks for the advice all but I leave it the way it is, let's say your confusion just adds to the meaning this piece has for me. Cryptic, I know, but I will not explain.

@Pearlie: the source is there: both are made out of the chess figure in source 1

avatar pearlie
pearlie says:

Oooohhhhh, I see them now, author. Nice chopping and disguise!

avatar Kid
Kid says:

I like the dice within a dice part, very cool :P

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Still Life - created by George55


Still Life
Favs: 2SBS: 10Hi-resRank: 6/56Score: 63.8% (20)3848 views

Only source image used for this entry, provided by pxleyes. (5 years and 2336 days ago)

avatar Robart523
Robart523 says:

Very cool! Great use of the source image, and wonderful shading!! Just a thought, the blurriness of the background suggests that it is far away, and your shadow tells us that it is very close, so your losing depth. Also there would have to be a light coming from where the viewer is for the shadow to be there...so long story short I would drop the shadow all together, and maybe blur the background a bit more, you could also desaturate the background a bit to make everything else pop! But either way this is a great entry. good luck

avatar Robart523
Robart523 says:

....sorry to bother you further, but just in case that was confusing at all, I was just talking about the shadow of the tree and the sticks

author says:

Thank you Robart. Desaturated and blurred more the background. Shadows lowered.

avatar MossyB
MossyB says:

Wonderfully creative use of a difficult source. My only nit pick is the ground, which looks too flat and face on. You should skew it, so that it angles back to give this a stronger sense of realism and depth. Very nice work!

author says:

Mossy: I made the changes, skewed the ground, and the image looks better, sorry I was not able to load the changes. I really appreciate your suggestion.

avatar kushpatel
kushpatel says:

this is cool work author i like it

avatar CorneliaMladenova

Awesome still life

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Still Life With Peaches - created by George55


Still Life With Peaches
Favs: 1SBS: 22Hi-resRank: 8/56Score: 68.2% (4)6811 views

Thanks to ppdigital from Morguefile, for the pic of the concrete texture, used as my background.

The rest is PS and lots of patience.

UPDATE: I had to go for the realistic leaves...sorry Mossy. Background, desaturated. (5 years and 2353 days ago)

1 Source:

avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

Peaches are very well made, and realistic looking. Can't say the same for the leaves. I'd suggest modeling them after a realistic leaf to keep your image consistent. GL author.

author says:

CMYK: Thanks, I have to go out to the yard and look at a real leaf of a peach tree we have. I did this just thinking of a peach, and leaves, kind of hard to do this by heart. No reference used. Good idea!

avatar MossyB
MossyB says:

Noooooooo!!!!
The surreal leaves are my favorite part after the beautiful shading on the peaches.
The background is a bit too intense for my taste, I'd soften it by decreasing the contrast very, very slightly, but leave the leaves be!
~M

author says:

Thanks MossyB: I just finished drawing more natural leaves, and look nice, but I will wait. I think you are right. Will soften the backgroud.... maybe desaturating it...a little?

avatar Drivenslush

Author.. if you put a gaussian disk in faded black underneath the bowl and burn it's bottom edge it will help with grounding the bowl .. another disk under the isolated fruit will help as well (IMHO), Overall, FANTASTIC image! Good luck

avatar erathion
erathion says:

Beautiful image author...Whole creation is top notch...High marks from me and i wish u good luck...

author says:

STEP 19....Shows my first final image. The leaves were changed to the ones I have in my final now. So, you'll get an idea of what the image looked before.

Mossy, I am sorry I had to go with the realistic look leaves. The image looks better, I think, thank you for suggesting about background, it is desaturated now.

CMYK: You got it! Leaves look nice. Driven, the basket / peach are grounded now.

Erathion: thanks.:-

avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

GL author!

avatar pearlie
pearlie says:

Great job on the peaches (they almost look fuzzy) and the new leaves , author!

avatar JoeCacia
JoeCacia says:

Beautiful work author! Looks like a painting!

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