In my humble opinion, Robin Trower is one of the great innovators of playing with electricity. There are still a few of the old timers around. Robin ranks right up there with the finest. Saw him last fall. Most excellent. Enjoy. Robin Member reactions:
I'm with you my friend. There was many a nite I got waisted to Robin Trower back in the 70's :0)
I think I bought one of his CD's a few years ago. Memories. Also, dug up a vinyl copy of the ZOMBIES from 1966(.). Still in perfect shape. Nice job with your image.
Nice work … not sure about the pink face, but love the expression chosen. … Been a long time crossing bridge of sighs
Pro chop. He does remind me Anthony Hopkins here too.
If you have a picture of smoke or fire (or maybe lighteffects) with a black background, you can change the layersettings so that the darker parts become invisible and then it becomes real easy to insert things like fire and smoke realisticly and really quick. In Paintshoppro, which i use, you can change those settings right above the layers and you can chose from all kinds of settings, like overlay or burn. The settings i was talking about are called screen or lighten. Mqaybe this helps. cheers.
Now this is called the Game Perfect frame I can imaging for the concept. Out of the box work
They have the best job to do at least very funny to see Obama is lighting the candle and Bush is switching the lights off
I don't get it. What does this chop have to do with a a famous movie or painting.
I thought it was pcrdds. Congratulations Wanderer.
Converting Body Movements Into Electricity Member reactions:
You did an awesome job imo...Keep up the great work
WOw Freaking Awesome ... love the highlights and shadows here ( FAntastic blend ) ..
My favorite in this contest. Awesome creativity Joe.
Congratson a great entry joe. I had a feeling this was yours... Keep your chin up, gold is coming your way soon. You were in first place until the very end... kinda feel bad for ya, cause I know you put your heart and soul into this creation.
Splendid chop. Silver next to the Funkwoodsman is as good as gold. If you're chopping that close, you're doing something right. Congrads
Congrads,JT walk like a lady and light my fire.
Congrats on a beautiful chop and on your silver. Hang in there joe.. Don't let a few silly votes keep you from creating your art.
Yeah, I agree with Xaos, everyone gets a 2, 3 or 4 once in a while... I noticed I got a 4 in this contest also. Don't let a few bad voters get you down joe, they're probably just jealous of your talent. I've noticed that I've had quite a few silver's lately too, since Xaos has been back , heheh. Can't wait till Rainman gets back... then we'll really have some killer competition..
Don't go Joe. You are an inspiration and a real asset to the site. I get 2's and 3's all the time, although that could be just me .
Joe, you can never say for sure who gave low votes. Most of the times it's noobs who think giving low votes on all entries will raise their own entry to a higher place. Maybe check out the voting history and you'll see what I mean.
that's surprised me alot .. I was about 90 % it's AZ who made it .. you keep walking on high ways joe ... why you care about those low votes .. it's totally never effect when there karma is only 1 ... keep going and posting your master works friend
Silver congrats, Joe. In any big online community there are voters who vote badly. Our system punishes their voting karma so lowballers don't make any difference on the outcome. Of course, you can take it personal, and try to find a photoshop site where you will never get any low votes. To my knowledge such site does not exist yet, or maybe I did not search hard enough.
We might think when someone gives us the low vote who does not like us, but try to think that for those who love to give a low vote in the good works are dwarfed people and shows the way he thinks they are jealous of a beautiful work. I also sometimes get a 1-4 vote that turned out to work I won. Do not worry, they got punished by getting a low karma. Their voices just 1 of karma, while here the giver of a fair vote to have a high karma, as well as administrators and judges. Stay eager joy to work here, your works really good and is the inspiration for us. Keep smiling. Congratulation on your silver, Joy...
, that was bothering me too. but i'm try to forget it, cause just 1 karma, if he has 200 maybe i'll be very bothering.
There's always bad votes, it is part of the "game" Though how u wk'd out who gave u that bad vote is beyond me, there were 21 users with a Karma of 1.
July 10 is the birthday of Nikola Tesla, the inventor and pioneering electrical engineer. Tesla's research in the field of electricity and magnetism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries laid the foundations for modern alternating current electric power (AC) systems, and helped the Second Industrial Revolution.
Tesla is also known for Tesla Coil transformer.
To celebrate the 153th birthday of Nikola Tesla, photoshop anything related to electricity. Some examples are: design new electricity generating devices, show sparks of electricity on anything, lightnings, etc.
[ With the upcoming holiday preparations
the demand is on the rise for electrical decorations.
Many consumers are stacking up "anything electrical" despite the high electricity bills they will face.
Electricity was invented by rubbing cats backwards.
Which means every time you play a stereo somebody rubs a cat the wrong
way. Please think about kittens next time you pay your electricity
In this contest you are asked to electrify non-electrical things. Electrify them by adding wires, lights, sockets, electronics, etc. Your
object of electrification should not be a live being (No robot dogs, zombie robots, people robots, electric fish, or plants / fruit). Example of entries could be electrified plumbing tools, sports equipment, dishes & cups, school items. Electrification of larger objects (e.g. Washington Monument) is also allowed.
Photoshop on of the following:
1) Ways New York City may cope with the power outage - life style without electricity
2) Alternative / creative means of generating light, heat, electricity in New York City