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Shine - created by CorneliaMladenova


Shine
Favs: 4SBS: 16Hi-resRank: 2/15Score: 67% (32)6395 views

Used photoshop, illustrator and additional PxlEyes source from Frankiehart

1 Source:

avatar Cache Slinger

Vector and photo. Good blending.

avatar Drivenslush

I'm taking my ball and going home...
MLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHH!

so fantastically well done.. AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME!!!!!

avatar Glockman
Glockman says:

I like , gl.

avatar pearlie
pearlie says:

Really nice work using the two programs!

author says:

Many thanks to all for the support

avatar Chuck
Chuck says:

Congrats

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tool invaders - created by smalapatekut


tool invaders
Favs: 0SBS: 4Hi-resRank: 6/15Score: 62% (0)4200 views

i use tool icon for the game
Pen tool
Paint
Blur
Crop
Eye Dropper
Magic Wand
Clone Stamp

enjoy the game....

avatar Drivenslush

very clever author.. good luck

avatar pearlie
pearlie says:

My thoughts exactly. Good idea, author.

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FlowR - created by Ken


FlowR
Favs: 3SBS: 2Hi-resRank: 15/15Score: 53% (0)3766 views

pretty much only used CS5 mixer brush tool.
Wish I had a wacom tablet (hand hurts). ;P

avatar EmiK
EmiK says:

Now that is the softest rose I have ever seen, even the spines look friendly, great creative spin on it = )

avatar artgirl1935

'Feathery' roses - quite different! You might want to load high resolution, but even without it, the background could use a lot of cleaning up. GL

avatar erikuri
erikuri says:

You gave life to a almost fading rose! And I give you congrats for the patience to do it only with mouse (it sucks, it's difficult...).
Do you know Genius Tablet? It's as good as Wacom but cheaper. I had a Japanese Wacom, but... it was stealed... Then I bought that one, because doing PS without a tablet!... oh Gosh!

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its awesome.... really good....
add a high resolution image if you want mods to give you a good numbers...

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Keiley22 says:

you can have my wacom tablet.... its not helping me out lol

author says:

Thanks for the comments guys :]
Added a high res img. (didn't know I had to check the box for that, heh).
I could probably clean it up more, for sure. But then again, I'm in no way good at drawing freehand. It was a bit hard for me to tell what was going on in parts of the source img.

@erikuri: Thanks for the tip! I've seen some cheaper ones out there, indeed. Think I'll buy one next week. Would make my life so much easier! And it's about time I got one

@Keiley22: lol. Sure, do you send to norway? Hehe

Thanks again for being nice to my first entry.

avatar erathion
erathion says:

great use of smudge tool...well done author

avatar ponti55
ponti55 says:

Really lovely effect! It's a good thing you didn't overuse the mixer brush, you've kept a lot of the detail. Well done

avatar Tuckinator

cool

avatar Steve1972
Steve1972 says:

simple, but very good outcome!!!!

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Useful tool - created by xxTTcc


Useful tool
Favs: 0SBS: 9Hi-resRank: 8/15Score: 52.9% (0)2339 views

avatar mindopener

NIce one. Good work on the shadow at the rope. Maybe, the clothespin are too sharp. Maybe, adding some blur would be better.. Good luck on this!

avatar jawshoewhah
jawshoewhah [banned] says:

Agrees with blurring the clothes pins. Also try to uplod a higher res so we can see teh details of your chop. It's simple idea, but clever.

author says:

I downloaded the small rez. . If I have time. I will make it again in a high res.

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Balanced Bicycle - created by Gilert


Balanced Bicycle
Favs: 0SBS: 7Hi-resRank: 12/15Score: 54.4% (0)3482 views

My first entry: I used only the original image. The tires are from the front knob, rims from the scale pans, spokes from the right scale hanging wires, the seat from a rubber foot, the chain from thread on the foot, the gears from the large knob in front, chrome parts from main stand, and the frame from the scale arm with gradiant fill. I used the transform and warp tools a lot.

avatar gopankarichal

good first entry. Add a step by step guide.

avatar dreamdriven

good work

avatar devangel
devangel says:

very good work for first entry.

avatar gornats
gornats says:

great idea , just spend more time on it
must have sbs (step by step guide)

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Nice idea of your first Entry Author...G/L.

avatar Tuckinator

i don't see the source and you don't have an sbs

avatar ponti55
ponti55 says:

Clever use of stock! Maybe try adding a background, just like a sidewalk or something.. nothing major. Good luck!

avatar pixelkid
pixelkid says:

Good job, author! Not sure why the back tire shadow is so much smaller than the front. Nice use of source and good job!

author says:

Wasn't sure HOW to do the SBS, when I figure it out, it will be here.

avatar fille
fille says:

the chain is too flaccid! cool!

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