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looking for a goodlooking guy in his 50's
well at least I think he's good looking lol
have a great day
This forum is cool
Last edited by DannyRaphael; 04-04-2005 at 02:26 PM.
I relocated this one on toody's behalf into a new thread, so let's show her some creativity!
is he really my man? sure..............
but he doesnt know it LOL
here is a link to my rendition of my hunky man
I tell everyone he is going to be my next husband. I am just sittin here hoping , he wants me as his next wife. LOL
Rock Stars are hard to Meet ya know
have fun making him over
Paul Rodgers lead singer
AND A SOLO ARTIST
AND HE IS NOW TOURING WITH QUEEN HE IS BRITISH
AND I AM CRAZY ABOUT HIM
BY THE WAY
the picture I did of him in the link i left in other reply
was done using one of Trimoons Tutorials
I believe it was on the INK on the Expressionist CD
have a good one
Last edited by toodaloo toody; 04-05-2005 at 09:30 AM.
I thought your man might want to hangout in New York for a while so I borrowed an image of Time Square found elsewere on this site and slipped it into the background.
Can't remember what else I did (one of those, I-wonder-what-will-happen-if-I-do-this, projects). There are no fewer than 5 filters applied some on the BG, some on the FG, some on duplicate layers and some on the whole thing.
I think it came out okay.
this is a great place
thanks again to danny who invited me
i love it
I will be taking a break for a couple of days
I have to get out of this room,,,LOL
everyone keep up the great work
see ya in a few
cant wait to see what everyone else comes up with
Experimenting with Deep Paint Digital Artist
This was done while experimenting using Deep Paint Digital Artist. It was very different than anything I've done before.
* Bottom background: Clone tool - Dry Material - Chalk Flat. Just kind if daubbed here and there for an underpainting effect.
* Top detail: Brush tool - Cloner Ex - Pencil cloner
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Enjoy your time away from the asylum, Tood!
The "underpainting below" was quite a bit less detailed and has different texture than what I've done before. And since I can't "sketch" worth beans (still mousing ), the detail pencil layer was treading on thin ice for yours truly!
How about a pencil sketch? I got rid of the background desaturated the image and used the graphite_2 plugin of the gimp. I played around with the trc curves to get the sketch the way I wanted. The grayscale is a layer under the graphite_2 layer to give some depth. Finally, the color original is at the bottom of the layer stack. I used some masking to let some of the color back into the image for the face and neck.
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