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06/16/2004 03:11:43 AM · #1
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this is one of my first attempt on full blown photoshop art..this is a self portrait shot editted to its atoms.. hope you will enjoy it comments are extremely welcome..thanks in advance..
06/16/2004 04:28:35 AM · #2
I think this is really cool and interesting. i love the effect and how half the face is in shadows. The lighting's awesome- great job
06/16/2004 04:49:08 AM · #3
now all you have to do is teach everyone here how you did it :-D
06/16/2004 12:56:47 PM · #4
i have a photo of me in one layer, and 3 different textures in different layers with different blending modes.. and i dodged and burned and added layer mask to them...
added sephia tine as a layer effect and adjusted levels and curves and hue and saturation..thanks for comments..

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06/16/2004 02:12:12 PM · #5
i like this alot...especially the shadows. the texture on the face bothers me, i think just having the shadows would be fine. the background texture is excellent though.

06/16/2004 02:21:22 PM · #6
it's cool!

i just wish he had hte same texture on the neck as the rest of the face?

06/18/2004 03:52:08 AM · #7
the inset frame is distracting to me (my opinion only so..). Also I would have cropped out just a little more of the right side as it seems to be too much black. And I feel that the texture should lead to the neck as well as the face. And I think the background should be a little more orange/red. As it blends too much with flesh tones. I'm no pro, but this is just my opinion and what I'd like to see.
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