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    Arrow The Yeti Hunt

    It was night.

    It was in the high mountains of the himalaya.

    The evil hunters found the yeti...it was a female, she was running and already hurt by a shot. She was running for her life and her child's life, which she was holding with her other arm...i observed the scene...they were running and running and...then.....then.................



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    Wow, this looks like it could be a screenshot from a movie!

    (where did you first post it, btw? It says it's moved).

    EDIT: LOL, stupid me, I thought it was moved 'cause of the arrow. Didn't know it was just a "smilie" kinda thing. :o

    Only crit from me would be that the guy on the left looks a bit cartoony, I think it's the way his right leg and left arm is drawn. Not even sure if it's a crit, 'cause it's ok as it is, but...

    Anyway, I like it.

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    Pretty good Fozzy,,,

    I like the Feel of it

    My only crit is the TV Lines. It looks like we are looking through Binoculars or some sort of night vision device..

    So the lines should not be there to me..
    I think it would even better if it were Night Vision Goggles or
    something like that. There are a ton of Photoshop actions on
    the Adobe Exchange site, and "NVG" is one of them. You might
    have to tweek it some, but it is pretty effective...
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    good idea~ i wish! she will alive! live~

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    Heh,Fozzy,I like it much,
    this is Night vision device,no?
    Anyway its cool by me.
    Keep it up!

    Sjajno!
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    That's a really nice piece, Foz. I especially like the night vision goggles. nice touch!

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    N G:
    Yes, you're right! The guy looks cartoony...maybe its because usually i draw cartoon style...but there are some things i should tweak anyway but i am not keen to work on this piece anymore...

    OdinSix:
    Hmmm...as i never used or saw something like a night vision device/binocular in real, i didn't know, that there aren't any "tv-lines"...I didn't want to use filters or plugins for this one (or for any other image yet). I tried to achieve this effect by the "normal" way...

    facezero:
    I don't know....maybe one day we'll all see...if the Empire strikes back with the "Return of the Yeti"...

    Loga4:
    Thanx!

    iwasink:
    thank you...you voyeur! :p

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