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The winner of this contest is Johan-Nieuwborg (only took a year for a post! ), with his inventive sculpture. Great details on the eyes of the "vehicle" and driver. To me it could be the little man with the wheel and compass in all of us, changing our direction without our direct control.
There were lots of nice entries, so picking second place was tough once again, and this time there's a tie: Sunny's carnival ride and Gothtwinz funny comic (Express Elevator to Hell). They're both really successful. Sunny - how long was your exposure? I like the motion, composition and colors. Goth - I'm a sucker for cartoons, being as it's the only thing I can draw halfway decently. The expressions are great. Be careful who you ride with, huh?
Rez - That your car? Now the link is b r o k e n! (See 6th post down) so I can't see the entry anymore! Anyway, is this around Davis? Nice wreck.
Ladybug - really cute. Nice job catching her expression in motion.
Mag - Neat vehicle, and good find for this area.
Zen - Nice pics. I like the train one especially. What exactly did you edit?
Alright that's it, till next time.
Increased the line strenght, increased grainieness in the colors, and mixed with a line only and a B&W image to increase shading... the overall effect was a bit dark, so I then faded out the sky and lightened/faded the B&W layer.
Basicly I was trying to get a comic book looking image from a clear digi-pic... It's also a technique I use to test photo refrences when begining a painting, looks more like what I will do on a canvas than a clear photo ever could.
I am from Belguim (Europe)
I think i wil come more to your site...fun.
I am not so good with english so....i am not a lot om the forum.
I like the black T-shirt XL.
And if you like to come to Belguim let me now.
Koning Albertstraat 87
3290 Diest Belguim
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