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Baloon Hunt

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molund


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Registered: August 2002
Location: stockholm, sweden
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Made a sky in Bryce a landscape program.
Took the silhouette of the hunter and ran it through Flaming Pears Flood filter. Took one baloon I earlier made and put it in the sky.
· Date: 8/29/2002 · Views: 4754 · Filesize: 33.4kb · Dimensions: 500 x 435 ·
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pstewart

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Registered: July 2002
Location: Chicago suburb
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8/29/2002 3:18pm

Oh, that's funny! It looks so believable too. Shhh...I don't think he sees the balloon yet...maybe it will get away!

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molund
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Registered: August 2002
Location: stockholm, sweden
8/29/2002 4:22pm

That was my intention. I really didn´t want the balloon to get hurt. But funny? I think it´s scary. Just think of what would happen if the man looks in an other direction before the... Oh no!

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Wanda Schwind
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Registered: January 2002
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8/30/2002 4:00pm

Wow, this is cool, so believable Love the shadow, and of course the balloon!!

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darkstar

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Registered: August 2002
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8/30/2002 7:02pm

The water and shadow look great, very realistic.
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DannyRaphael

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Registered: March 2002
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8/31/2002 11:17am

I ditto Wanda's "Wow!"

Fantastic concept and fabulous execution. Water and shadows are exceptional.

Well done.

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DJ Dubovsky

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Registered: August 2001
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8/31/2002 6:32pm

Now that's a whole new way of fishing. You can hold up a whole school that way. All kidding aside, it's really very good. That water really looks realistic. Gotta Love that Flaming Pear filter. It sure comes in handy sometimes.
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Mig
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Registered: August 2001
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9/11/2002 1:51am

This is nice! The picture's great - the shadow is perfect. Kinda skimpy explanation - would've liked to have known how you did the shadow.
99 luftballoons to you...
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molund
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Registered: August 2002
Location: stockholm, sweden
9/26/2002 7:31am

I did the shadow with the Flaming Pear Flood filter, the same as I used to make the water. The filter renders waves and ripples, and also reflects the things above the horizon. To make a shadow of something in the middle of the water - as this balloon hunter - you have to mask him and have him on a separate layer. Then after having applied the Flood filter on the background reflecting the sky, you use the same presets on the object that should be out in the water.

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dwdraw
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Registered: February 2003
Location: New York
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3/15/2003 1:00pm

Very, very nice, especially the shadow. Good work.

DW

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CharlesBell

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12/22/2006 7:32pm

Don't know why a guy holding a rifle would be wading around in the water unless he were duck hunting. That's what the dog is for. You could have put a fly fish rod in his hands instead of a rifle.
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