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Swamp Rock

By BlueRoom
This is the first stage of trying to come up with a CD cover. Not, unfortunately, a major label world wide release but the music will be excellent, so it's important to me that the artwork is too. I've got a lot of ideas to work through but this first step interested me enough to put it up here.
I hope you like it too.

Tags: Digitally manipulated Portraits and people

Voters: Take-a-View, DaveU, Kris_Dutson and 23 more


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Comments


DaveU Plus
10 1.3k 123 England
21 Jun 2006 1:53PM
I like this a lot. The figure and the background contrast well, and the manipulation work is excellent. I think perhaps there should be a wee bit more space between the body of the guitar and the frame. I'm also not convinced that I like the legs coming outside of the frame.

Picky ..... moi ???

Dave.

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Kris_Dutson 13 8.2k 1 England
21 Jun 2006 2:04PM
I do like it - a lot.

Kris.
BlueRoom 10 73 20 United Kingdom
21 Jun 2006 2:19PM
Thanks Kris, and thanks Dave. Good points. I'm not sure the border was necessary at all, just a little fit of indecision before posting.
Sheenanigans 10 13
21 Jun 2006 2:34PM
Yes I like this. Legs and frame good for me.
Wonder how it would look with different crop - maybe shifted across with more space to the left?
Very nice colour palette

Sheena
uggyy 10 2.1k 9 Scotland
21 Jun 2006 3:26PM
I like this one too, the legs I agree with, take it the rights needed for text?
cat_mc 10 17 Australia
21 Jun 2006 3:42PM
the image seems like its moving or should i say grooving! maybe add frame in between the legs? but i like the frame the white connects to the the suit draws you to the figure instead of getting lost in that wonderful background effect.
cat..
can't wait to see the finished product
kitsch 10 439 4 United Kingdom
21 Jun 2006 5:29PM
am unsure about the frame/leg thing, like the effects and colours.. more space to the right for me Smile aye, look forward to the end product!

jo
shortski 10 3 1 England
21 Jun 2006 6:06PM
i like this alot erk,cant make my mind up about the frame, i think that it probably works, love the effects on both him and the background, the slightly off centre comp is perfect.........all in all love it......jojo
kaybee 12 4.8k 25 Scotland
21 Jun 2006 10:40PM
Super image - it jumped out at me (which is what you want from a CD cover).

I like the way the legs drop out over the border but would agree with Cat about continuing the border under the legs. I would also like to see the shadow from the legs on one side only and a corresponding shadow under the arm over the guitar

Roy
sputnki 12 10 Canada
22 Jun 2006 11:59AM
I like this. I agree with DaveU that the guitar needs a little more elbow room on the left. As for the legs crossing the frame, I like that effect.

Doug
POOCHIE 10 21 6 United Kingdom
24 Jun 2006 9:34AM
I like this Eric its a really nice effect and will make a nice cover.

Pooch.
Eviscera 10 1.1k 149 United Kingdom
25 Jun 2006 10:23PM
omg - lovely
User_Removed 12 16 1 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2006 6:28AM
somehow I missed a comment! I've spent sometime looking at this and the background colours work to enhance the white. The overlay give a effect of transporter problems.... but is in keeping with the images overall effect.

The Border - yes i know why you did it blends and holds it all together. need the bottom bit everything will fall out !

di x
MickS 11 23 14 England
27 Aug 2006 10:15AM
Watcha Eric,
I'm not a people man, I usually skip past pics with people; however, there are a few on epz that I stop and look at, this is one, very well worked out and executed, guddun.
best
Mick
Take-a-View 12 293 5 United Kingdom
24 Jan 2007 11:05AM
I like this and would be interested to see how it finally developed.

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