Registered: March 2002
Location: Leichhardt, Queensland, Australia
Using Photoshop 6.1 and Starbits.
1] Opened a new working window, set to 800*1100.
2[ Dragged into it the previous selection I had made of the bike.
3] This time I wanted to head the bike in a different direction.
4] Found the perfect cow in my clipart collection, selected it, and dragged
into the working window.
5] To make it interesting I decided to head the bike in the same direction as
5] Selected out the rider. Selected the front wheel, cut and pasted into its
6] Flipped the wheel and rotated it, altered the lighting with dodge and burn
8} Moved it into position, altered thickness, and lighting on the rear wheel.
9] Altered headlight to bring every thing into alignment. Built drive and
engine where the riders leg and foot had been. Dodged and burnt to give
consistent visual aspect.
10] Moved cow into position, colourised him, gave rocket assist and some
handle bars to hold on to.
11] Found a picture of the Moon, selected and dragged in to working window.
12] Operated Omni lighting filter to give the moon some light, then turned it
into blocks of green cheese. Did you know that that is what it is actually
13] Went into the 'Starbits' program and constructed a typical starfield, as
can be seen on any starry night.
14] Copied it in to the clipboard then pasted into a new level.
I'll tell you what I really did.
01] Sent the authentic photo into the local 'Daily Blah-Blurb'
02] Scanned the cover page that they sent me, reduced to size and sent off to
RetouchPRO for your 'edification and amazement!!!!????'
P.S. its Gorgonzola.