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The first piece of mine from the 14th Depthcore pack, something a bit different and hopefully representative of the feeling of the whole pack. Go check out the 120+ artwork, motion and music submissions... I think it's something a bit special, don't you?

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Here to announce the launch of Depthcore version 5 and the Freestyle pack, a piece of mine using an old render of my good friend *rucish.

The first in the nation series, I hope you enjoy them all as they come. For now go check out Freestyle, I think it's the bomb and so should you.
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The first of my releases for Depthcore pack 15 [Habitat] , go take a look at [link] (although there seem to be a couple of problems with the site at the moment - maybe it's having trouble coping with the 180+ submissions!).

This started off as an experiment with some new Photoshop techniques, just playing about with a photo of a car wing mirror, and went on to produce this and Chrysalis [coming soon]. I intend to write a tutorial about photoshop abstracting soon and its advantages (and disadvantages) compared to 3D abstract. In the meantime I'll have a bit of a rant in my journal, and sort out an update for my site... or something.
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Possibly my least favourite from the latest Depthcore pack, possibly because I feel it lacks depth... and it's not shiny enough ;} Oddly enough it was the one that brought my pc closer to the brink of destruction that any of the others.... I actually cropped it down quite a lot at the end and it had a vast number of layers. Anyway go visit depthcore, there's a lot of fantastic stuff there, a lot of which won't appear on here.
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A collaboration with , he provided this render: [link] and although I thought it would be easy to add a bit of fancy lighting and typo and produce an accomplished picture, I decided to try some new techniques out in Photoshop and transform it into something different. I had trouble deciding whether to have them shooting up out of the water or diving into it, but I think this worked best in the end. A tutorial for this will appear at some point.



Stocks:

Clockwork from [link]
Texture from [link]
and of course, thanks again to rucish for the render.
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Did this a long time ago now and had forgotten about it >:} Started off as an experiment in Illustrator, but degenerated into randomness when I took it into Photoshop. There was some brush I used for the leaves but I honestly can't remember who it was by :/ FYI I am not photoshopping much at the moment I'm bored and my pc is half-broken... in fact I'll ring someone up and try and get that fixed today.
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This is a collaboration with the supremely talented ~NullVoiD who sent me a render a while ago and gave me permission to do whatever I wanted. It's also a sorry for being so lame recently (as well as a merry Christmas!). My pc is still broken, but I managed to have enough spare time at work to make this over the last couple of days. Although the pc here is faster, I had to make do with version 7, none of my custom plugins, brushes, shapes, stock photos etc. which was a bit odd. So it's a sort of back to basics piece, but I enjoyed making it and hope you enjoy looking at it. Go check out null's gallery if you haven't already seen it and I hope to see you in the new year.

Stock from [link]
Original render here if you're interested.

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my return ...
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Another from the 'nation' series, this was an excuse to mix some abstract mess with nice clean 'vector' stuff. I do like experimenting, sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't... I quite like this one :{}

Loads of stocks from:

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On another note my pc is half-broken again, which is annoying as I have lots of pictures I want to make at the moment. I'm sure things will sort themselves out.... in time.
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Dude, you spilled coffee on my t-shirt, what a waste of good stuff.


So I scaned those coffee-cup marks back in 2002. And the render was made in 2003. And mom and dad made me 1983.
I'm going to print it and give it tape it over the tv, damn discover channel is ruin my life. I get stuck everytime I turn on the tv :/

btw. Thanks for everything.

olof.phatline.com
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