One of your best of your latest bunch, me thinks. great image.
Thanks Jere, I honestly thought this one was well crafted enough to give Dan one he11 of a run for the money. Actually flabbergasted and disappointed at the 8.5. Oh well. Sometimes your best just ain't enough. Thanks Gummy, Bob, Doc, Luciano, eric,, D man and Andrew.
As always, one heck of a beautiful chop, congrats on the win.
I was surprised at the final score too Tim...I guess that's where subjectivity comes into play....With a different set of voters our entries would always be different. But I think this is excellent... One of your best to date. Grats on the bronze.
This picture has its mood and style. Very good one. Congrats
Oh y'all can Psychoanalyze it to death, Truth is this one has just a bit to much "YIKES".
You mean "Yikes" as in a ... Oprah Winfrey. Thanks gang. It is what it is and to some it's just jizz Little too much Tim Burton...
Well, for what it's worth I think this is a beauty.
Easy Takings For Pickens. Source Images Member reactions:
Thank you very much Gummy, SwashB, and Doc.
Thanks, Armatien. I particularly enjoy working the bird chops. Glad you like it.
I like the uncluttered simple scene. It has a nice appeal to the eyes but I'm glad it's not my eye in that crow's beak.
Excellent work... somewhat horrified to see the eye ball drop but the mood for the chip needs this good rain effect also
Hoe to create a masterpiece starting from low value sources. Great.
Another well composed chop with wonderful tone, mood, and lighting … I have to admit I didn't notice the floating body until after seeing your sources … The eyeball and its guts, especially with the dark outline, are somewhat sharp in contrast to the slight blur and soft edges of the bird. High Marks nonetheless.
Thanks Gumster, and Joan. Most everyone's first question is "who's eye is that" So I attempted to answered that with the source images.
Thanks very much Raj. I always enjoy your in-depth observations. Thanks, Lu. Yes the quality source for the bird was good, but yeah..I had to brush out almost every feather, and added some Dodge/Burn Highlights. Thanks Eagle Eye Billy. Yes I had a little trouble getting the eye to suit.. finally popped a bit of FX around it. In contrast to the BG seemed to be the best of many ways I had attempted.
Very impressive, and a bit spooky. Kinda done in the best traditions of Edgar Allan Poe
Congrats on the silver Splat,I love the lighting,mood,feel and subtle Beauty of this.Like Newsmaster says,has an awesome Poe feel to it
Fantastic work. Reminds me of that surfing bird song "well its the bird- bird- bird, the bird is the word"... Silver congrats
Fantastic work. Reminds me of that surfing bird song "well its the bird- bird- bird, the bird is the word"... Silver congrats -Edited by Moderator on 10/30/2014 2:56:04 AM
Thanks very much Newsy...Never crossed my mind but your right it is kinda Poe Like. Yeah.
Thanks Doc Paul, Thanks my friends Elegary and PixJockey. Thanks very much Hitz...I haven't heard that song in a while. By the Trashmen...great band name.. Thanks, Andwhat. Very much appreciated.
Thanks much Gumster, Bob, Geriatric, and Andrew. This was fun...Great comments Guys and Gals. I really enjoy them.
Fantastic job on this, congrats on the win.
Great stuff as always SS … Congrats on the Silver.
Most animals, like humans, have two eyes. Some common animals we consider to be two-eyed - frogs, lizards, and tuna - actually have three eyes. The third eye is located at the top of the head and is called "parietal eye" (or pineal eye) - it's associated with the pineal gland, and regulates animal's circadian rhythms and hormone production for thermoregulation. The peanal eye is visible as a small light spot in frogs, but is very distinctive and developed in Iguanas. There are some animals that have more than three eyes - spiders have eight, while sea stars, jellyfish, and scallops may have over 50 eyes.
Photoshop any animals (except humans) with extra eyes.
Many thanks to Shlvng for the themepost.
This Friday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images.
Photoshop this image of ball catching (cricket game) (image credit: Jim Grady) any way you wish. Some examples are - making the cricket boy catch other objects, putting the boy into into a new environment, making him perform some stunts, using this cricket ball catching image in movies, paintings, etc. These are just some ideas.
Our original Mouth Eyes contest became a quick internet sensation, and has been covered by many Internet media. Today we are going to make a sequel which will take this contest to a new level.
Photoshop mouths in the place of eyes of any celebrities or politicians, then replicate them on several levels as in
this example. Please don't forget to include celebrity names in your entry titles.
Thanks to the advances in technology, one-eyed filmmaker implanted a tiny camera in his second eye socket - so he can see and film at the same time. This project is called eyeborg and is aimed at helping people who use eye prosthesis.
Photoshop celebrities or politicians with photo cameras implanted into their eye sockets.
Here's a quick example based on the chop by KeepItReal. You are welcome to use different cameras for different eyes, or use the same ones. Preferably, both eyes should be changed for cameras.
Please include celebrity names in either your entry titles or author's comment section.
When it comes to horror images, one of the most disturbing depictions of human face is with mouths in the place of eyes - such illustrations are favorite of many horror books.
Photoshop mouths in the place of eyes of any human or animal. Humans can be celebrities, politicians, characters from paintings, or any other people. You can make your entry horror-looking (see example), or make it any other style - e.g. glamor style with pretty women's mouths for eyes.
This contest is a sequel to our original mouth eyes contest that was mega-popular with blogs and media.