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So when I heard about this contest, I thought it'd be a fun little one to enter.
I have a huge love for Great White Sharks, always have since I was a kid so I knew I'd have to do something with them. I also wanted to include a dog into it, since I'm a big dog-lover as well (Sorry Gizmo!).
So I did a little combo of a Bull-Dog and a Great-White....and there we have it, a Bull-Shark.
But I wanted to add a bit of a story to it as well, and if you're one who got the LMS book, look out for the easter egg.
Hope you guys enjoy it! And good luck to all!
Done in about a day.
THE WARNING LABEL READS: "Bull-sharks may be incredibly lethal and hard to control. Please read the guide before you release your bull-shark into the public. Keep any other form of pet, including "Cat-Fish" away from the bull-shark, do not stare bull-shark in the eye as this will show a sign of aggression and possibly a threat. Most importantly do not swim while wearing black with the bull-shark as he will mistake you for a seal."
LeBron James is just one win away. One win away from silencing the constant criticism. One win away from validating everything people have said about him over the years, both negative and positive.
In the end it is all about winning, and if LeBron James wins his first ring, he will have weathered the storm of all the hate, of all the criticism, and of all the NBA players who tried so hard to stop him from reaching the top of the NBA mountain. This is his time. Will he deliver?
An animator faces his own animation in deadly combat. The battlefield? The Flash interface itself. A stick figure is created by an animator with the intent to torture. The stick figure drawn by the animator will be using everything he can find - the brush tool, the eraser tool - to get back at his tormentor. It's resourcefulness versus power. Who will win? You can find out yourself.
panorama of 15 single pictures, tonemapped with photomatix, some colour adjustments with gimp.
the picture took me some days, actually the girl was not there, it's the first time i manipulated a photograph but i had that conceptual vision of a child entering this desolated place, so (because of a lack of models) i realized it this way. i used a stock image of [link] for the girl.
during WWII the chief of medicine of the sanatorium hohenlychen conducted barbaric human trials on female concentration camp internees of ravensbrück. at the same time hohenlychen was a resort for almost every nazi-headman including hitler, himmler and heß.
This image embodies San Francisco. The many pieces of the buildings exemplify the diversity of San Francisco in not only architecture, but also in her people and landscape. I used no central focal point to allow the viewer's eye to wander the image with no final resting place as this was how I felt as I traveled throughout San Fran -- there was no final destination for me, there was always something else exciting to do.