The Last Flight (Struggle). A Butterfly's Final Flight Back to Ash No Topaz filters were used. Only the default filters of PS5. The reduce noise filter created the texture on the butterfly. Member reactions:
Thanks, Raj. Great alternative title. I like it. "Struggle" is now in the title.
Like a lot, but white line surrounding left side.
Thanks, Joan, Swash, and Hobbit. I suppose it's just a matter of preference. But I like the white line and I left it. Seems to be more abstract than anything else to me. So I went with what looked good to me. Great question Hobbit
Thanks Balo, Hits, and Lu. 4 or 5 layers of texture with various different treatments...Hope I can remember how it's done...
Hmmm thought this one might make it too. You just never know. It is excellent fo sur
Thanks Gummy. Thanks very much Hits. It was inching it's way up...a couple of more hours and a couple more votes...then maybe I am pleased with the number of great comments. Thanks Everyone.
Very well put together, and hopefully you will remember what you did, and do it again.
Cool work, Splat. Puts me in a dark mood too. Makes me wonder what mood you were in when you chopped this
Thanks, Very Much Newsy. I hadn't thought about it, but your right. The chop does reflect some very sad news we received right around the time of this picture.
This Monday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images. This is a speed contest with only 12 hours for submissions.
Photoshop this image of the flight deck sailors any way you wish (image credit: US Navy / Mate Airman Andre Rhoden). Some examples are - showing what other Navy assignments these sailors could do, who else can unexpectedly appear on the flight deck, using this image in movie posters and paintings, etc. These are just some ideas.
What will Santa's flight be like this year? Will he have a new sleigh? Maybe it's time Santa change his method of transportation? Create images that involve Santa's delivery of Christmas gifts this year. This is a broad contest, and it's Christmas so there will be great latitude in what will be accepted! Merry Christmas to all, and to all... a good chop!