Yankovin travels in his powerful aircraft, made by hand, over a city of the future. Please see Sources and full view.. Member reactions:
The aircraft work is impressive. Full view shows the composition nicely.
Since entering this site is the first time I'm happy to be on the podium. Of course not neglecting my previous podiums, but this contest had a special flavor. I just want to thank the comments and votes, and hope to have time to participate more often.Desde que entre a este sitio es la primera vez que me siento feliz por estar en el podio. Claro sin despreciar mis anteriores podios, pero este concurso tenia un sabor especial.Solo quiero agradecer los comentarios y votos, y espero tener tiempo para participar mas seguido.
Congrats TaitaViracocha, nice work I would look into removing color noise, graininess and pixelation.More here: Crappy Sources: Image Restoration
Very artistic and clever composition. May I ask how you achieve this artistic effect. Do you use Topaz or something else, or just work with layers.
Berdulano and Weird Al get wood. Congrats, guys.
Congrats Berdulano, nice image. I really like the colors and choice of images
To NewsMaster:Hello Friend.As for background-clouds, sky, planets... I used advanced work with layers/blending modes,gradients.../.As for Pirate,music instruments, greenery ,small ship and water- I used Topaz plugins, especially in the combination settings Topaz Adjust and Simplify.Thank You.
that was amazing work I really thought it's for funkwood ... congrats on the woody and keep up top works
"Weird Al" Yankovic, the master of song parodies, is turning 50 this Friday. Since the release of his first parody song in 1979, Yankovic brought us hilarious parodies of the hit songs - "Fat", "Eat It", "Like a Surgeon", and wrote many original songs too. Weird Al sold over 12 million albums - more than any other comedy act in history. Yankovic's first top ten Billboard single ("White & Nerdy") was made nearly three decades into his career, so we think the best "Weird Al" song is yet to come! Happy Birthday, "Weird Al"!
To mark the (upcoming) 50th birthday of "Weird Al" Yankovic, photoshop him any way you wish.