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Anger

By wildatheart  
An image that had been sitting waiting for me to do something with for ages, finally managed to create what was in my head... does it work? Didn't have more than the head shot of the tiger, but loved the anger it was portraying. I wanted to give the impression that the tiger was swishing it's head out of the water at speed.

Tags: Water Digital art Tiger Pets and captive animals Wildlife and nature

Comments


terryxc 7 7 England
28 Jan 2014 11:38PM
In a nutshell ""BRILLIANT"", glad he's not angry at me Smile

Terry.

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banehawi Plus
15 2.2k 4083 Canada
29 Jan 2014 12:16AM
Its a good idea. The original Tiger shot would be better if we could see both eyes open. So for me, I would replace the half closed eye, and add some contrast to the image in general.


Ive uploaded a mod to show what I mean. The eye is of course copied from the good side, rotated horizontally and positioned to be as real as possible, with some masking to allow the socket of the as-is eye to be visible.


regards


Willie
PranavMishra 7 52 18 India
29 Jan 2014 12:24AM
i find it astounding.. and a ''never before seen'' and unforgettable image.. yeah the mod is better... but it doesnt mean it doesnt have its benefits.. the half closed eye, its different and makes his looks different..
29 Jan 2014 9:02AM
Yes that really does work with the eye replaced, thank you for the mod Willie.
paulbroad 12 131 1288 United Kingdom
29 Jan 2014 2:24PM
It really does need that eye fully open and a bit more contrast on tge head. It is different indeed and, as such, demands attention. It does look contrived though and, as such, should be viewed as an effect image. So, interesting and worthwhile. I would prefer a pin sharp tiger face, personnally without the effect.

Paul
chase Plus
14 1.4k 295 England
29 Jan 2014 5:18PM
Good points ref the eyes above.
For me too this looks very contrived,perhaps less of the effect would be more effective in demonstrating the Tiger shaking his head.
29 Jan 2014 6:07PM
Many thanks for your comments and critique, very useful indeed Grin

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