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tulip dress - created by Glockman


tulip dress
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ok I know it has been done many times.--- my first. (5 years and 1078 days ago)

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avatar kcinsti
kcinsti says:

This would work a lot better I think if the tulip dress was sharper in places. At the moment you can tell it's just an enlarged flower. You need a source image of a model that's bigger to begin with so when you match the two the sharpness is similar

avatar ghandpivot

I agree to previous comment. The dress is kinda blurish on some places, yet I really like the idea! The different shades of red are also well combined, looks natural.

author says:

It may look blurish, but if you look at the source it is also blurish as it has not been alterd

(5 years and 1077 days ago)


avatar macarhign
macarhign says:

i suggest to manipulate also the model on the screen behind, GL author!

author says:

done

(5 years and 1075 days ago)


avatar lincemiope

great atmosphere, fine photo, bravo

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Tulip Room - created by Heathcliffe


Tulip Room
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Fireworks photo on the wall - my own - will attach in StepByStep (5 years and 1675 days ago)

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avatar MossyB
MossyB says:

The angle of the bed is tilted a bit too much, you'd slide off the bottom. Your corners are also a bit too thick and don't meet up quite right in the upper RH corner.
It would be nice to see something outside that pitch black window. Even the darkest night isn't quite that opaque...

Beautiful color scheme, though!

author says:

Thank you very much for your help I've tried to fix up a few things.

avatar MossyB
MossyB says:

Looking better, but who puts a window curtain or blind on the OUTSIDE of the window???

avatar junkieball

MossyB perhaps the idea was to show the outdoor picture as a room so it stands to reason the indoor view should be outside? ;D

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Tulip power - created by Lamantine


Tulip power
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(5 years and 2154 days ago)

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avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

Work on the masking & blending on the giraffe.

avatar erikuri
erikuri says:

I agree with CMYK about the giraffe...

avatar erathion
erathion says:

hands,tulips,stripes fits perfectly,but giraffe is distraction,maybe to put some other smaller animal who fits better...

avatar erikuri
erikuri says:

Now it's pretty nice!

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Priceless Miracle (updated) - created by atajan


Priceless Miracle (updated)
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Can you find this on the bottom of the ocean? I don't think so :)

credit to source 1 by "manolo" (5 years and 2155 days ago)

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avatar erikuri
erikuri says:

Very interesting idea... Don't you think source image a bit sharp comparing to the background?

avatar wazowski
wazowski says:

Yup, erikuri has a good point, the flower & bubbles can do with some blur. You also may wanna experiment with a blue-ish photofilter for the flower, so that the colors match better with the background. Good luck!

avatar iquraishi
iquraishi says:

yes the points above r to think about.. now it looks as if you pasted it.. needs to blend with the rest of the image..

avatar erathion
erathion says:

Very very nice work author...

avatar iquraishi
iquraishi says:

good rework.. its looks better now..

avatar ricky777
ricky777 says:

the blend is better now

avatar RAZ0R
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Tulip Ballerina - created by iquraishi


Tulip Ballerina
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First try at something like this.. so do comment and let me improve this skill.. :) and as I said this is my first time, I wasn't able to get the face.. :( but I'll get it in future for sure.. I'm referring and learning a lot from the works of pxleyes users on creating faces and bodies.. :) (5 years and 2158 days ago)

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avatar jawshoewhah
jawshoewhah [banned] says:

High res please. Ballerina dress looks like it has an extra layer that is transparent and not necessary. I'm assuming you turned her green to match the source more?

avatar erikuri
erikuri says:

For a first attemp is very it's very neat! I understood ballerina dress; there are many layers of fine cloth, and you wanted to simulate them with tulip petals, right? Nice...

author says:

@jawshoewhah: the high resolution is provided.. and the extra layer is like the many layers of fine cloth and I didn't turn her green.. I used the stems of the tulips to create her body.. All the parts the dress, the body, the hair, the shoes.. these are all created from the source image..

@erikuri: Thanks buddy and yes you are right..

avatar hereisanoop

Her shoe and shoe belts are very flat, you can shade it.. and totally its a nice work...

avatar DanLundberg

I like the simplicity, but I think that either the ballerina's positioning should conform to the Rule of Thirds [move her to the left-third boundary] or else you should reduce the amount of black space around her -- and bring her a bit more foreward from the back wall. A multi-layed tutu is certainly appropriate, but that doesn't explain the underskirt escaping beyond the overskirt on the left side. And why not add a third underskirt? Perhaps facial features and some sort of tulip headgear would more depth and content.

author says:

Thanks DanLundberg... I corrected the escaping underskirt and cropped the image to get rid of that extra black background.. if you can read the description I've mentioned that this is my first attempt at creating something like this.. and that's y I couldn't work on the face.. I'm learning from the works of pxleyes users to improve that part.. and @ hereisanoop, I hope the shoes are no more flat..

avatar DanLundberg

Looks much better. Use the Burn Tool to add a hint of facial features. Create an eye- or mouth-shaped selection beforehand to constrain where the burning occurs. (BTW the vertical neck shading would be better deleted IMO. And the collarbone shading needs the little dip at the bottom of the throat.)

avatar erathion
erathion says:

Great job author...good luck

author says:

ok people.. that's the best I could do about her face.. hope I didn't ruin my entry.. its really tough to get the face right.. phew.. added an ear as well.. hope you all like it..

avatar BlueSparkle

You didn't ruin your entry... it looks better with the facial features. Great effort. Good luck.

author says:

Thanks Bluesparkle..

avatar ricky777
ricky777 says:

pretty!

avatar RAZ0R
RAZ0R [banned] says:

i like it

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