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Old 05-05-2009   #111
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great roundup.. good drawings. Good luck with the prices peeps!
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Old 05-05-2009   #112
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Congratz to all, very nice pictures, i totally agree on this one!

Congratz again
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Old 05-05-2009   #113
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krieger - are those 2 photos composited and then smudged together in photoshop so it looks like hand drawn ???
http://www.video2brain.com/de/products-405.htm

"The picturesque style
The photo is still much too real - in this part of the training video give the image an artistic touch and a look, as if it were painted in oil"

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Old 05-06-2009   #114
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hm.. i don't know what to say. I know its all just 2D stuff etc. But just using some filters in photoshop that makes it looks like its painted..and copy past a elephant on top .. some tricks here and there.. and thats it?
Sorry for my comment, but i feel disappointed.

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Old 05-06-2009   #115
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^ wow it took him less then 5 minutes to make that, this is where competition becomes no ffun. very frustrating
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Old 05-06-2009   #116
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Ah ok, i thought it was a hand made picture. This takes away some of my respect, nice photoshopping but not really that great anymore (not that i can shop that well but i like handmade drawings better).
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Old 05-06-2009   #117
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http://www.video2brain.com/de/products-405.htm

"The picturesque style
The photo is still much too real - in this part of the training video give the image an artistic touch and a look, as if it were painted in oil"

Seeing something like this is extremley discouraging and tarnishes the gnomon image.

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Old 05-06-2009   #118
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Yeah that's kinda lame.
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Old 05-07-2009   #119
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Old 05-12-2009   #120
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hey guys,
someone disappointed about my techniques ?
Well, this one is done in Photoshop and the main tool inside this picture is the smudge tool. I did it as an online-training for photoshop artists.
I wanted to show the look and the feel of an oil painting just using this tool and some filters (only gaussian and sharpen filters and techniques) and layer effects.

I did over 10 years photoreal illustrations with brushes, airbrushes and other techniques for advertising industries.
Working with photoshop since version 5 I always love to experience with everything inside photoshop.
At this time I often use the smudge tool in combination of real photos and overpainting digital illustration. Sometimes more and sometime less. But its a fun basic.

As I can say, I have the luck, the ability and I'm able to paint everything what' in my mind. And it was a hard and stony way about the last nearly 20 years.


Belive me or not: First start to paint and learn by doing as much as you can and than give everything a trial...

Please go to my site: www.tomkrieger.com ...and see the other stuff or look at the may contest.

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