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    Photomanipulation

    Well, just some very quick practice,
    didn't quite get the right feel for the grain, pitty.

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    ahahahaha.
    Is this a photo of yourself when you were a peanut?
    I have a few of myself like that and I can never get it right. This one fits nicely.
    The neck could probably use a bit of blending.

    Those red dots on the steps, did you add those in? They keep grabbing my eye.

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    This conceptart.org not Photomanipulation.org

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diarum View Post
    This conceptart.org not Photomanipulation.org
    That’s kind of like seeing a sketch on wetcanvas.com and saying “This is wetcanvas.com, not drypaper.com.” I’d say that less than half of what is regularly uploaded to the critique center would qualify as concept art anyway. I would agree that this site is probably not the best place to find great critiques on photo manipulations, but that seems likely because the focus here is more on painting, and there are probably fewer people who know enough about photo manipulation to give a critique on such things. At least, I assume that this is the case.

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    Ha! There can't be many people who've done photomanip longer than I have. I've popped more heads onto bodies than a Barbie factory.

    I like to put the grunge on an alpha layer and apply it all at once, at the end. Is that how you did it, or did you just feehand some grit?

    I was once on the receiving end of a critique so savagely nasty, I marched straight out of class to the office and changed my major (sketchbook).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Diarum View Post
    This conceptart.org not Photomanipulation.org
    Yes, and we all know that photomanipulation is a technique that's NEVER EVER EVER ABSOLUTELY NEVER OHMYGOD HOW COULD YOU EVEN SUGGEST SUCH A THING NEVER EVER used in the concept art and illustration industries.

    Oh, except all the time.

    Get over yourself.


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    fake. when you look closer you see that isnt his real head.

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    vardoburrito: It's not myself; I wish though, look a those clothes man!! You're right about the neck.
    Diarum: Hahaha Please don't accuse me...
    Stoat I freehanded a layer with some random points in wite and put the blending mode to overlay. Pretty much the same idea.
    Elwell & David_a_ray Thanks! He's probably kidding though...
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    well what can I say

    "Yes, and we all know that photomanipulation is a technique that's NEVER EVER EVER ABSOLUTELY NEVER OHMYGOD HOW COULD YOU EVEN SUGGEST SUCH A THING NEVER EVER used in the concept art and illustration industries.

    Oh, except all the time."


    ROFL
    I would never ever post a photomanipulation on here "GOD forbid!!" so I put one in my SB instead on page 3 post no 89 Im rather pleased with it drop me a line and I will happily talk you through what I did with it. It pissed off My Kids teachers at school something awful but hey he loved it and his mates were as jealous as hell, LOL

    all the best mate and its a good stab at a manipulation. I think you should do these things to know how to use the tools in photoshop properly it can be a lot of fun too!

    A great kind hearted lumbering bullock



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