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Refurbished little project

Discussion in 'Bits & Bytes' started by Meteor Dive, Jan 5, 2003.

  1. Meteor Dive

    Meteor Dive Registered User

    How's everyone doing? :)

    Well this is a project I started on Paint Shop Pro a long while ago. Recently finished, which took me at least 2 months. Just about a week ago, I went back and added a few more things to it. But because I added a few chrome balls, it took me an extra week to redeform the the ripple layer after the ball was merged and duplicated.

    As always, opinions, criiques, and. suggestions are welcome :)
  2. Meteor Dive

    Meteor Dive Registered User

    And here we go...
  3. Omar

    Omar Registered User

    I can not fin the right words to express my feelings looking at that. Can that be made in to a picture under my name?

    Also, may I have your permission to use this as my desktop on my PC?
  4. Coot

    Coot Passed Away January 7, 2010

    That is beautiful Meteor...2 months?
  5. ethics

    ethics Pomp-Dumpster Staff Member

    WOW!!! Just WOW!!!
  6. Frodo Lives

    Frodo Lives Luke, I am NOT your father!

    That is an amazing piece of art.
  7. Meteor Dive

    Meteor Dive Registered User

    Being that I was doing my studies college, it took longer. Still though, even I took my time, I don't think I'd finish earlier. I usually spent at least 1-4 hours each day on the image. On its initial days, the background was mainly a picture I took of a stairwell in mall. I used it started and swirled/warped it a bit. It was darkened/duplicated/ and set layers blending mode to hue, and then added a few gradients over the duplicated and set the gradient layers to color/overlay. And then masked a few parts of gradient, and finally it made about uh I can't count, but about 20-30 different selections of the original layer and placed and spread each selected/promoted around the canvas. Merged everything, duplicated the merge layer, and set atop the first gradient layer with blending options set to screen.

    Everything is then merged, copied again, and I used the ripple tool to get a watery/wavy effect on the duplicated layer. Now what killed most of was deforming this layer to get get out a perspective....and man I kept on trying and trying, and it just never looked right everytime I tried. And I kept deforming, messed up, deformed again, messed up, and long continuous cycle.
  8. Meteor Dive

    Meteor Dive Registered User

    You have permission Omar :) As for avatar use...the detail will be lost when it's shrunk. Cropping may help a bit, but most detail will still be lost.
  9. Omar

    Omar Registered User

    Thanks but Sunriser helped with the avatar. Your image takes my breath away on my PC. :)
  10. midranger4

    midranger4 Banned

    Outstanding work Meteor Drive.

    Do you plan to submit it to any of the well known digital art sites?
  11. Meteor Dive

    Meteor Dive Registered User

    No, I don't plan on submitting to those any longer. Deviant art lost a few of my work there out of nowhere. I wasn't pleased with that. Not to mention XPtheme, with there servers breaking everytime, lost 12 of my designs. I really don't want to bother zipping, and creating thumbnails, offering bmp and jpeg. It's just tiring.
  12. midranger4

    midranger4 Banned

  13. Paladin

    Paladin Have Gun -- Will Travel

    Cropped the width to 1200, upped contrast and brightness, reduced to 50x50, sharpened......

    Loses a lot in the translation.....
  14. ethics

    ethics Pomp-Dumpster Staff Member

    Yah it does... :( But, great try, man. :)

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