In reality the popular vote doesn't count in presidential elections, they will not leave this to chance the only votes that count are the electoral collage. The rest just gives the people the feeling that they have participated in something monumental. its all a farce, a joke, the wool is being pulled over your eyes and the government has made you believe everything they and the media tells you.
So your idea is to let the popular vote count and let the big states say who is Precedent, Look up Gore vs Bush.
i thought it was a funkwood. awesome art, mr splat. love the melancholic feel.
Thanks Eric, Sulli, Balo, Doc, Jere, Gummmy, and Lu. Thanks everyone for all the great comments and High votes. One grrreat compliment Jere. I'm certain I was heavily influenced by Dan's work. How can one not be. Thanks FW.
Congrats, SplatShot. Very sentimental story.
Thanks, Wanderer. I think those two have kindred souls. Thank you very much, Bob. Thanks, Swashbuckle. yes, kind of a somber mood to it I think.
Loved this one splatshot,Cute and masterfully done,congratsv
Loved this one splatshot,Cute and masterfully done,congrats
Really cool work & composition Splatshot. It certainly is something similar to what I might create. I like your style. Congrats.
Some fine chopping, nicely crafted. Well done on the 3 cup. It has a certain Funkwood-ness to it compositionally but the lighting didn't convince me. Dan's lighting is very much like controlled studio lighting with a scrim over a soft incandescent lamp and camera set to a short time exposure. That is the best I can explain it. It is a signature style, difficult to duplicate.
Thank you very much, AndWhat. Thanks, Funkwood. You do inspirational work. Keep'em coming. It's all good. Thank you much, Hitz. I'll keep working on it.
Can't help not working on it Invest your time in your own style though, I didn't mean try to do Dan's style. That's already been done and prolly ain't gonna be done better by any of us But he's a great base to build on. Really, if I was to critique you, I'd just say keep on keeping on. Never forget the basics and details down to the itty bitty. You have excellent master's skills, so just do better than your last effort every single time.
Thanks, Tim. Much Appreciated and Understood. As far as Style goes, I think I described mine once as a "haphazard waiting to happen". I like that one. But seriously, I try to stay flexible always moving and forever learning.
Feels authentic, you brought many sources to natural harmony in this composition. Congrats on the bronze, Splat.
Photoshop this image of a headless man & the town crier (click to download) any way you wish. Some examples are: re-dressing the headless man or the town crier, making this headless man & the town crier perform some stunts, putting the headless man & the town crier into some unusual environment, using this headless man & the town crier image in advertisements, movies, paintings, etc. These are just some ideas.
Many thanks to Kamshots for providing the source photo.
Photoshop this ghost town image (click to download) any way you wish. Some examples are:
populating this ghost town, restoring the ghost town, giving it a Halloween theme, putting the ghost town into some unusual environment, using this ghost town image in advertisements, movies, paintings, etc. These are just some ideas.
You have 4 days to submit your entry. Submitting it early will give you plenty of time to read the critique comments and edit your image accordingly.
Many thanks to Mike Vam and
Stock Exchange for providing the source photo.
This Tuesday we continue our freaking experiment with provided source images.
Photoshop this ghost town image (click to download) any way you wish. This place is
Oradour-sur-Glane in France. (Thanks to Steve1O for pointing this out).
Some examples are - putting people, ghosts and objects in this ghost town, restoring the town to a whole new look, putting the ghost town into some new environment, movies, paintings, etc. These are just some ideas.
Many thanks to Dimitri Castrique and Stock Exchange for providing the source photo.