Excellent work on constructing a roach from a mantis. Excellent shadowing on roach. But . . . you've gotta work on the wall upon which the roach encroaches. Need to break up/blend the (7) portions of the wall. Suggest (in PS): Use clone tool or blurring tool to blend in increments in wall OR If you got the wall sections on individual layers, use Free Transform (Ctrl-T on a PC), Then (Right Click on mouse button to show menu) flip Horizontal or Vertical on intermittent sections of the wall, then smoosh the intersections of the sections using tools at hand. No doubt there are other ways to get rid of the bands. BWDIK.
An even easier way to fix the wall is to use this background: http://www.touchoftexture.com/Textures/Stone_n_Sand/Sidewalk%20Cement%20SNV30086_lge.JPG
Wicked nice chop. Ditto on pcrdds' comment on chop fix. Fix advice from pcrdds was way better idea for solution.
Hidden...Me thinks your roach's body shadow on the left and bottom is way too dark.
Ditto on pcrdds' comment on good fix to shadow. Great work on chop.
Excellent work, very interesting. Good luck
Wonderful chop great to see the man-meaty goodness roch in green color, might be she is using green tea regularly wonderful job done
THANK YOU ALL, MY FRIENDS. THANK YOU PAUL FOR YOUR SUGGESTIONS.YOU GUYS ARE ALL AWESOME.
This product was a bad idea,especially in this ecomony.Consumers found it much too gratuitous and expensive.The roaches went in and never came out.Not because they died,it's because they could'nt stop playing slots. Member reactions:
Rolling on the floor laughing. This is especially funny for me, as I live in Las Vegas. The toy welcome sign is the cherry on top.