(1 year and 67 days ago)
Good image, shadows under the blanket & saddle will make it better.
You're right. I had some but they didn't show up well in the final version. It's like they disappeared. Maybe I clicked when I shoulda clacked and turned them off by accident. I made them darker, even darker than before. Thanks for the tip.
Updated SBS to show shadow changes. Added scarf to monkey.
I always learn something from this side of pxyleyes. I like your final production.
Thank still. Glad you learn stuff.
Lots of intricate detail work has gone into this. Well done.
TY SA. It looked so ordinary on the beach and was considering changing backgrounds. However some smushed in some clouds and messing with colors gave it a nice dreamy look. Wanted to put them on a horse track racing horses but could not find a suitable pic on a dirt track.
Thanks George55. Didn't expect such a high score.
Congrats BWR, fabulous work and so cute too.
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Rudolph hitches a ride on the bus. (1 year and 186 days ago)
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Sorry, I don't get it. The "properties" on this image show a blank space for copyright info. Where can I locate this?
Do you want the image posted at a hosting site like Photobucket etc, and then give that URL rather than direct linking?
Just look at what the others do! You must sent the link of the page where you found the image, stating it belongs to public domain. If you don't find any statement on the copyright licence and usage, you are not allowed to use the image here.
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Will try again at another time. Can't find a link to remove this image. Please deep six it for me. Thanks, will use Pixabay next time.
Cute furry cuddly bear named Scruffy.
Made totally from source image. Please see SBS. (1 year and 284 days ago)
He's so cute, I want to give him a cuddle Well done.
Thank you very much Megan.
Great work author. Good SBS also. good luck!!
Thank you BWR
sorry I erased the previous conversation, I didn't want to... Just to say
and... still I want one.
Very good "photoshopping!" Very nice "CBR" work. Good luck!
Thank you very much but I have no clue what the acronym "CBR" stands for.
"CBR" as it is, is an acronym for Chopped Beyond Recognition. It is an old carry over expression from the old days of this web site. You have taken the original image and completely altered it as a whole. Therefore "CBR'd" it.
The way you have done it definitely has some recognizable elements of the original source i.e.: the fabric of the hat and the fur. Very nice job.
Thank you for explaining the acronym. You have thoroughly enlightened me.
High marks from me BTW.
Thank you very much Loyd.
Well, I had to call my other half over to show him this work. We both just shook our heads. Top marks from me Scruffy.
Thank you very much Olga
You did a very good job... Scruffy looks cool.
Thank you very much George.
This was destined to win. All the others were really good too, but this one rose above. Good work skyangel.
Congrats Angel, I still want to give him a hug.
He sends a BIG bear HUG to you.
I just knew in my photoshop bones that this one would rise to the top. CONGRATULATIONS , well deserved.
Congrats Skyangel, a big hug from Zizounai
A big bear hug back to you.
(3 years and 162 days ago)
pretty cool.. but the kite perspective is out.
person's shadow should be infront of her.
overall too bright for a sun-rise or sun-set feel, should be darker
just a suggestion.
hehehe Where is ANOTZE? hehehe (I'm just kidding) Always be aware when you do a "Flip" on a photo with words on it. Everything goes backwards. (It's an easy enough fix and I can see by your talent that there is no need to tell you how to fix it) Flip just the words not the whole Windmill. It's great facing back into the image.
I kind of like the lighting and the overall effect. Reminds me of Don Quixote's (Man of La Mancha) battle with the Windmills... the Sesame Street Version. You'll get a spanking for reversing the shadow but I can tell you have an excellent imagination.
Might be simpler to just clone out the word, but definitely fix the shadow. The light source is behind the girl.
First submission. I had fun putting this together. (3 years and 206 days ago)
Welcome to Pxleyes! Nice first entry, glad you had fun that's what it's all about! Looks good. I think the dust works but maybe it would be better without the hairs, just my opinion still a nice image.
I went back and forth a half dozen times on that. And still think maybe the dust/hair layer needs to be toned down a bit.
I thought the dust made sense as it looks like debris but the hair didn't look right for me unless you wanted it to look like an old photo but I'm not sure that works. That's just how I see it.
As a first entry, this is SPECTACULAR. While I can see what you were going for with the texture, it confuses the focus because when viewing the image, I tend to flash to the hairs and debris and not the image. I think that's what Spaceranger is talking about. Good luck and toning back the debris would be a great fix on an already great chop
WOO HOO.. much improved author! GREAT!
Thanks! The input us greatly appreciated.
Fantastic job... CONGRATS!!!
Thanks everyone! 2nd on my first submission! Im honored.
Congrats for your first shot!
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