Well, it's not a people face swap, it's a Dali by night. It is as SFW as a Michelangelo's David.
Not sure, tough call. Float more fruit to block or something if it get's DQed. Very nice piece though shadows are confusing me of light sourcing. Magnificent composition and working of Dali imaging....
So, here it is covered until some official decision falls
Super. But I have to agree with Hitz. Your new light source seems in conflict.
Well, shadows are already wrong in Dali's painting, if you look at woman's shade and other shadows, you'll see they'll disagree, that's part of a surreal pic.
Pure quality here. Goes well with the original sleep concept by Dali
So thanks Hits, geriatric, Splat, ericnorthend & Newsy.
Congrats on the Bronze, Evirio. Like News said, pure quality.
Congrats on the bronze. The butterflies were a nice touch As far as shadows. When you are Dali, you can take liberties. The rest of us mortals are better to follow the basic rules LMFAO But hey, artistic license is what generates innovation.
So beautiful.... very well done superb job done on the globe and the Dali clay image looks like real
Amazing picture in background this is full of creativity and the Masters head with the Bottle supply is thrilling work
Full circle. Birth to Death, and the struggles we encounter fishing for tuna. It's a Strange one but I like it.
Artistic..... Hahahaha At least you didn't say, "Interesting" hahahahahah Interesting is what people say when they try to be polite but inside are saying WTF is this crappola all about hahahahah If you guys saw what crap doodiee computer I produced this on you would have awarded it a 12 Somewhere around the 4th revision the resolution went south and gone
Kind of makes me wonder if great artists would make use of today's modern technology for their paintings... Member reactions:
Superb.. This is in keeping with 2012 theme of the contest. I believe that your image of Dali was probably a B+W, that you colorized - nicely. I do wonder if Dali would have gone to digital over manual painting. He really, really had complete control of his drafting, drawing and painting gifts. (And he was truly gifted.) Would he have worked digitally. Does manipulating pixels offer the same freedom of canvas and related media. How many of us are artists. We try to do our best.
Great job you put his art in a System really a freaking thought
^ I hadn't used topaz much up to this point. I tried to use it as a surreal effect on the background. I'm not sure how well it worked. The image never got to what I wanted as I was racing the clock for submission. But I did learn a lot in the process.