I'm sure we've all had times where we felt just...down. You might have seeped into the top rows a little....maybe a lot. Maybe you went down quite a bit, but found your way back up again. If you hit the very bottom, then, what the heck are you doing, looking at this?
I almost froze my toes off. But I guess it was worth it
Made on a trip with ~LeapingJag . We were supposed to go to Arnhem, but we decided not to go because the shops would close at 18:00 today so it would be quiet there. So we stayed, to photograph nature near us.
Well, this one took quite a bit of time for me, because I had to select all of the spaces in-between the fence part of the image. I also added some more fog to the image to make it have more of an effect. Also, I found a great stock of some mountains that fit perfectly. -------- 99% Paint.NET | 1% Photoshop -------- Resolution: 2560 x 1600 pixels -------- Stock Photos: mountains: [link] | fence and grass: [link]
This is the second version of my "C is for Curiosity" piece. I removed the black spots by popular demand, despite me liking the effect they made, I think it's important to consider other's opinions, so thanks to all for the feedback.
Numerous characters from previous works make an appearance here, but I just thought instead of dabbling in chracter design I'd go crazy. This is crazy. Though despite it's wierd LSD-like crazyness are actually messages. Quite a few of 'em. Enjoy.
Remember the WIP I posted earlier? [link][link] Well, This is what I was making
I wanted to try and see if I am able to do this in Paint.NET after watching Transformers the movie. [link]
One day I was checking out BMW's site and saw their X6 [link] , and was joking with a friend who loves BMW that I can make the X6 into a Robot. That's how this started.... 1 Month's time ...So now it's finally done.
I did this in fine art class a while back. Decided to share it with the digital community as well. 16x20" with chalk pastel, a bit of charcoal and lots of tissues. Photoed, then retouched in Photoshop.