Excellent Interesting concept and very well executed
Nice flag huh. I do wonder if he did use that gas on his own peeps. Are you using Topaz Vivacity.
yes the flag is the best part , i'm not using Topaz (i don't know this software) i'm using GIMP with G'MIC plugin (build by a research departement of french univesirty of Rouen), it add many things to GIMP filters and many other things.
Cool. Nit familiar with GIMP or related plug-ins. G'MIC looks a bit like Vivacity. Great filter.
Romania has world’s ... iest soldiers Stocks Many thanks to Danielle stock 28 Member reactions:
Beauty. Looks like the Girls bagged a Bogie. TOP marks.
sneaks another 'well done' in like a ninja
Great phenomenal job done.... A definite win for any country who recruit hot soldiers.... they are more dangerous then a nuclear Bomb
gugulanul, Congrats on the gold. Every man loves T&A.
Girl chops usually do well . This is pretty well done. Small critique: Next time you might consider highlighting the girl on the left (skin)to agree with the girls on the right. Congratulations on the gold
Thank you suzseams and Ariel9 ... ... That girl stayed too long in the sun in the desert of Afghanistan,Hitspinner ... ... just kidding . Thank you and I really appreciate your critique.
Congrats, Gugulanul. All of us are ready to serve in that army.
Congratulations Gugulanul. My only nit-pick is...This treatment is way too good for Kim Jong Un.
Thank you very much deaddog,SplatShot and geriatric ... ...
This Friday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images. Drones have been extensively used by the U.S. Army, Air Force, and Marine Corps. The drone plane in today's photo is "RQ-11 Raven", produced by AeroVironment, Inc. in California. It can fly up to 6.2 miles (10.0 km) at altitudes of about 500 feet (150 m). This drone plane is launched by hand and its mission is to provide aerial intelligence and surveillance with built-in video cameras and infra-red night vision cameras. The latest model comes with solar batteries which can extend the flight time by 60%.
Photoshop this photo of a U.S. soldier launching a drone any way you wish. Image credit: Sgt. 1st Class Michael Guillory.
Create your own "Robot Soldier". We are looking for entries to be as close to 100% machinery or mechanical. If you find it difficult to create a 100% machine/mechanical soldier we are also looking for a Military Patch that will identify these "Robot Soldiers" in the field. In addition, the article speaks of nano-technology and insect sized swarms, so "Robot Soldiers" can be very tiny too!