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Draught Horse
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Subtle


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Registered: April 2004
Location: Royal Oak, MI
Posts: 8
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Used clone and pattern brush to remove horse from reigns... Used fiber filter (Photoshop CS) to recreate hair texture.

Selected backdrop image... (from popular photography's digital wizard contest). Adjusted levels in horse layer and BG layer to bring out equal contrast.

Scaled the horse to feel more integrated into the scene. Created a mask on the horse layer to "bury" the horses feet in the snow. Created a shadow by blurring a line beneath the horse. Deleted parts of shadow line with texture brush, to match the texture and light properties of snow.
· Date: 4/23/2004 · Views: 7314 · Filesize: 46.7kb, 310.5kb · Dimensions: 720 x 540 ·
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Marc

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Registered: January 2004
Location: Leverkusen, Germany
Posts: 13
4/23/2004 11:20am

Nice one. The horse really seems to fit into the scenery...like it.
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Timbo

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Registered: July 2004
Location: Sheffield UK
7/28/2004 5:19am

Yeh, this looks like a natural scene for little horsey. Good job....

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familytreephoto

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Registered: April 2006
Location: Maysville, MO
Posts: 64
4/16/2006 12:09am

hehehe, not so little horsey, but i do love what you did with the original

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