This piece is made for Children's illustrator club - this month topic was Bubble bath as you can probably guess :]
This idea was always in my head, and I finally had some time and a chance to do it.
The hardest part was the background, I wanted it to be white and light, and it was really hard for me not to spill color all over the background like i'm use to, so I went back and forth from a light BG to darker a BG, and finally the whiter won, which is good :]
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01. Please, credit me. 02. I would love to know if someone uses this, so if you do, please leave a comment or note me and send me the link so I can see and fave your creation. 03. If you want to use outside dA, please ask me first. It will probably be fine with me, but please, do ask. On dA you can use it for everything, prints are ok
+ If you like it and download, I would really appreciate if you fave it as well so I know what kind of stuff I should make/submit.
Place: La Forclaz, Valais, Switzerland Wallpaper Sizes: 1920*1600, 1600*1200, 1280*1024 (all included in the zip) Camera: Sony A-700 Lens: Sigma 10-20mm f4-5.6 Comment: Between Martigny (Switzerland) and Chamonix (France).
Das gemeine bei RAWs ist aber, das bei der Erstbetrachtung am Monitor nicht die eigentliche Lichtsituation wiedergeben wird, RAW- Dateien sehen deshalb immer etwas flauer (grauer) und unspektakulär aus, den es findet kein kamerainterner “Verschönerungs-Prozess” statt, anders ist das bei JPGs. Mehr dazu auf:www.tobiasackermann.eu/blog/it…
The Brenner Pass is one of the three main European Alp crossings (the other being Gotthard and the Lötschberg-Simplon line). It runs from Innsbruck (Austria) up to Brenner down to Bozen (Italy), and consists of a railway line, a motorway and also an old pass road that is popular with bikers these days.
The summit at Brenner/Brennero is pretty much equally shared between Italy and Austria, but the bulk of the village lies in Italy and all the rail operations, no matter what side of the he border they're on, belong to Trenitalia. The electrification is split in the middle, though, with the north part using Austrian 15 kV AC and the south part using Italian 3 kV DC. ÖBB's 1116 274 is here parked right at the end of the 15 kV area, which is a good thing because it can't run in the other part. I just loved the view of it with the snow-covered mountains in the rear.
Okay so yeah I guess Junior is gonna be my first deviantation !! But, just do you guys know, i'll be uploading one or two of my newer drawings that are on my old account. So. Yehaw. Enjoy. Nergal Junior (c) Maxwell Atoms