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Hatchling - created by skyangel


Hatchling
Favs: 0SBS: 4Hi-resRank: 1/8Score: 59.5% (35)2513 views

(209 days ago)

5 Sources:

avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

author says:

Thank you CMYK.

(208 days ago)


avatar lolu
lolu says:

Congrats !

author says:

Thank you Lolu.

(206 days ago)


avatar Zizounai
Zizounai says:

Congrats Skyangel

author says:

Thank you Sylvie.

(205 days ago)


avatar George55
George55 says:

Congratulations....

author says:

Thanks George.

(205 days ago)


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wyndham says:

Congratulations and great work

author says:

Thank you Wyndham. When are we going to see more of yours?

(200 days ago)


wyndham says:

I'm a little bit stuck right now, but working on it

(199 days ago)


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We are young - created by magicalfruittuts


We are young
Favs: 0SBS: 11Hi-resRank: 6/8Score: 63.7% (0)4275 views

(5 years and 276 days ago)

2 Sources:

avatar Drivenslush

Tedious work on the arms... GREAT JOB!!! really was worth it ... hehehe, Though you quote "Fun." this reminds me of "Teach the world to Sing" commercials from the late 70's (Before Coke got all business oriented and actually cared about people) good luck author

author says:

Thanks Drivenslush

(5 years and 275 days ago)


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Anusha1 says:

Awsome work

author says:

Thanks Anusha1

(5 years and 275 days ago)


avatar lchappell
lchappell says:

Your SBS alone deserves high marks. Good work.

author says:

thanks Ichappell

(5 years and 273 days ago)


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My Monster - created by TorDoni


My Monster
Favs: 7SBS: 14Hi-resRank: 3/8Score: 75.6% (36)41323 views

The movie was"The monster that challenged the world" I saw it when I was a 10 year old boy, and it scared the hell out of me for many years to come, not very scary by today's standards, but it was then.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Monster_That_Challenged_the_World (5 years and 277 days ago)

avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

Much better than the movie!

author says:

Thank you Bob, I watched the movie as an adult later on and said to myself what a silly movie to be afraid of. At least I didn't need therapy.

(5 years and 277 days ago)


avatar kyricom
kyricom says:

LOL... I remember that movie. Pretty funny, but a good chop

author says:

Thank you kyricom, I'm trying to forget it, LOL

(5 years and 277 days ago)


avatar kushpatel
kushpatel says:

Cool chop n lighting friend. Love the atmosphere

author says:

Thank you kushpatel. Love the comment.

(5 years and 277 days ago)


avatar red
red says:

fantastic nice done one of my fav gl author

author says:

Thank you very much red.

(5 years and 277 days ago)


avatar Alan2641
Alan2641 says:

wonderful work -- mood light all are great

author says:

Thank you Alan

avatar darkshellie23

oh my i would diffidently wet my bed. LOL very nicely executed

author says:

Thank you darkshellie, I tried to make it scarier than the movie.

(5 years and 277 days ago)


avatar anoosh
anoosh says:

creepy cool poor kid i dont wanna be at his place fantastic work

author says:

Thanks anoosh, I was in his place.

(5 years and 277 days ago)


avatar gibbsld
gibbsld says:

This is very good, the little boy should close his eyes for sure when this critter is in his room

author says:

thank you gibbsld

(5 years and 276 days ago)


avatar RickLaMesa

perfect

author says:

thank you Rick

(5 years and 276 days ago)


avatar George55
George55 says:

You followed the idea real well. Nice concept, and yes, it is really scary. Good luck. It is nice to see this kind of work in these contests for sure.

author says:

Thank you George.

(5 years and 276 days ago)


avatar Drivenslush

love the feel (The movie that freaked me out as a kid was Phantasm, I still see it in my minds eye) wonderful creation

author says:

thank you. We need to take our finger and poke our mind's eye.

(5 years and 274 days ago)


In the book "Danse Macabre" (Dance of Death) by Stephen King (non fiction) he describes the gorilla in the chained box we keep in our heads. Our fear is constantly boxed up and kept in secret until it escapes and all hell breaks loose. hehehe

(5 years and 274 days ago)


author says:

Never watch scary movies before going to bed. Give the gorilla a banana or two.

(5 years and 274 days ago)


avatar langstrum
langstrum says:

The only thing I can complain is the length of the boy's body should be only 4/5 of the current one, which can be guessed on the form of the blanket. Considering his head, you can estimate his body.
Also I wish that I can see more details and sharpness in your image. But it's just the minor thing.

avatar IDt8r
IDt8r says:

Congrats!

avatar red
red says:

congrats

author says:

Thank you

avatar Mienkie
Mienkie says:

congrats.

avatar George55
George55 says:

Congratulations.....

avatar robvdn
robvdn says:

Congrats on making it to the final round!

avatar anoosh
anoosh says:

congrats

author says:

Thanks all

avatar rturnbow
rturnbow says:

Congrats!

avatar darkshellie23

Congrats!

avatar kushpatel
kushpatel says:

Congrats sir....Next round is your winning round. Hope I will give proper competition to you...

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Craig - created by magicalfruittuts


Craig
Favs: 0SBS: 10Hi-resRank: 8/8Score: 48.4% (0)6372 views

I thought it would be interesting to show this gentleman before and after in the same picture. The after is my interpretation of what he would look like 25 years earlier. (5 years and 327 days ago)

4 Sources:

avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

25 years earlier he was a cartoon...?

cgartist says:

good job CMYK

(5 years and 326 days ago)


author says:

Bob - Please consider: Comments have consequences. Positive comments encourage people. Negative comments with solutions help people grow. Negative comments discourage people and can cause someone to give up Pxleyes after 111 days of excellent entries. Making a joke at
the authors expense also discourages the author and gives others the impression that the entry is substandard. Rules 3.4 and 3.8 deal with theses issues. I'm pretty sure you meant your comment as a joke. However it was a joke at my expense. I am not ready to pack up and
leave Pxleyes yet, but if I do, you will be one of the main reasons.

CMYK46 says:

My comment was indeed meant as a joke. Sorry if you were offended.

(5 years and 326 days ago)


avatar elemare
elemare says:

Author, although challenging and certainly old, perhaps your chosen source is too lined and too gritty-looking to effectively convert the face to a younger age without over-processing it beyond human appearance. The overly-illustrative quality of your work is too jarring to be against the real photo, split-screen style. In addition to benefiting from skin textures with shadows and light, the drawn character should (but does not even) retain the original eye color, and the entire drawing raised up a few pixels to provide more symmetry with the physical features on the photo side. Although I say basically the same thing as CMYK46, hope you are not as sensitive to this comment.

author says:

Elemare, Thanks for your response. Your points are well taken and I mostly agree with them. CMYK46 stated he was sorry if I was offended and I accept that. I am glad you were able to give me your analysis-Something that us contest entrants rarely get. I did learn something from it that I can use in the future - Whenever making adjustment layers such as levels, curves, etc. I must remember to mask out the eyes of a human subject or they will be affected by the adjustment layers. To be fair CMYK46 has given me some helpfull advice on a number of occasions and he is one of the few "oldtimers" that regularly gives pointers in comments.

(5 years and 326 days ago)


author says:

Elemare - took some of your suggestions and improved the picture a little. Thanks

CMYK46 says:

Now the eyes match...that was a key element. Much better.

(5 years and 325 days ago)


avatar Drivenslush

One day at a time and we all start somewhere, good luck author Using the Dodge and Burn tools are very hard, and have a bazillion settings, but it's very nice to see the effort

author says:

Thanks Drivenslush, appreciate the encouragement. Just finshed uploading my third version.

(5 years and 325 days ago)


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The King And The Young Girl - created by George55


The King And The Young Girl
Favs: 0SBS: 3Hi-resRank: 8/8Score: 64.2% (0)7284 views

Thanks to jurvetson for the pic of the young girl, to fwooper7 for the pic of the seagull, and to foxypar4 for the other pic of the seagull, all of them artists from flickr. (5 years and 438 days ago)

3 Sources:

avatar rturnbow
rturnbow says:

Nice idea, well done!

avatar CMYK46
CMYK46 says:

This almost works, except that the kid doesn't look wet, and the light on the girl is opposite that on the king. (Oh, and the king has no shadow or reflection.).

author says:

Thanks Bob...made some small changes.... thanks for suggestions.

(5 years and 437 days ago)


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Neat idea.

author says:

Thanks photogirl723....!

(5 years and 437 days ago)


avatar Glockman
Glockman says:

Everything is good except for the shadows as bob said. still a nice work.

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