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demon

By kff
took a shot of the moon and then played about with it and some how ended up with this.
i know its not that good but i liked it lol

Tags: Digitally manipulated

Voters: nonur, pronabk, TanyaHailey and 5 more


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nonur Plus
8 17 11 Turkey
23 Jun 2010 8:45AM
It is good and extraordinary!
Regards,
Nezih

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Andrew_Hurley 10 71 73 United Kingdom
23 Jun 2010 1:19PM
It's well work experimenting, that's what digital is all about, from the thumbnail it looked like an aeroplane display (the red arrows, or the red devils in your case). An intriguing image and well worth a few more experiments to see what else you can come up with.

Did you use the liquify tool?

Andrew.
23 Jun 2010 5:41PM
Yep, a very good likeness Martin Smile

John Smile
chensuriashi Plus
10 247 17 England
23 Jun 2010 5:46PM
I like the cam shot of the area...Is this Hilsea looking over Port Solent, I have not been home in ages, must visit Mum soon...Chen.
kff 6 United Kingdom
23 Jun 2010 5:51PM
lol cheers john you cheeky git just because your in a good mood as england won lol

yes chen it was taken on the hill by fort swanick a lovely place to relax and chill out
kff 6 United Kingdom
23 Jun 2010 7:25PM

Quote:It's well work experimenting, that's what digital is all about, from the thumbnail it looked like an aeroplane display (the red arrows, or the red devils in your case). An intriguing image and well worth a few more experiments to see what else you can come up with.

Did you use the liquify tool?

Andrew.



yes i did use the liquify tool
this is the first time i have ever used it (didnt even know what it was lol ) but as i find the best way to learn is to just have a go i started playing around with it and this was what i ended up with
Andrew_Hurley 10 71 73 United Kingdom
24 Jun 2010 1:36PM

Quote:
Andrew.yes i did use the liquify tool
this is the first time i have ever used it (didnt even know what it was lol ) but as i find the best way to learn is to just have a go i started playing around with it and this was what i ended up with



The reason I ask is a photographer, local to me, Called Dianne Owen(she's on ephotozine as Dianne) used the liquify tool on one of her photos, and it has gained national (and possibly international recognition). It's a fairly simply photo of 2 mannequin heads

link

If the above link is deleted, find Dianne through members' portfolios and click on her website, then click on "The Heads".

Like I said well worth experimenting with those tools that we don't use as they may surprise you!

Andrew

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