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Mask of Change

By Mototaur    
Thank you for your votes and comments.
Thank you for the kind messages of support and hope about my dad. they mean a lot GrinGrin

As some of you are aware my Dad is very ill in hospital.
This image is to mark his change in the last few days.
He is still critical needs machines to help his organs function. but he is awake and trying to communicate.
It is going to be a very slow process for dad's recovery but there is now a small hope to cling to.

How I made this image:
I have used my mini photographers studio to capture in macro the model head with the blue wig and feather mask.
using photoshop elements 10 I made the sun like background.
then using microsoft premium 10 I cut my photographs taken at 3 different angles. I pieced them together to make one head with different view points.
I then made my image look as I wished. played about with the blur tool and a few other areas of photoshop.
I then loaded the image in art weaver . In filter and distort there is a seamless button. this I used to give me many different masks images around the orignal one.


Tags: General Digitally manipulated Digital art Portraits and people

Voters: ringyneck, nanpantanman, richmowil and 9 more

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richmowil Plus
7 310 1 England
3 Feb 2013 2:10PM
Nice Image - I like it!

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Hermanus 3 4 South Africa
3 Feb 2013 3:26PM
I am so glad to hear that your dad is slightly better Zoe !! This is a very well crafted image !!!Well done GrinGrin
3 Feb 2013 4:50PM
Good image, good explanation and very good about your dad's road to recovery. ....Peter
3 Feb 2013 6:50PM
Great image Zoe. Some good news about your dad
4 Feb 2013 4:00PM
Like this... Best wishes for your father.
7 Feb 2013 5:09PM
Thank you everyone for the best wishes for my dad and for liking my image
12 Feb 2013 5:01AM
Wonderfully crafted art! Wish you the best with your father.

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