My first Photoshop drawings...

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http://250a.com/66.gif

i just wanted to get some comments..
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Nucleo wrote:
a render is an image rendered by a 3d program.
a 3d program like 3d studio max, cinema 4d, bryce 5.

each uses 3d modelling techniques to render image under real world situations... or your own situations. Like putting a glass ball in a room full of lights for instance, it will create an image based on the properties of light, and the properties of the glass ball to give you an image.

so for the sort of thing i made, i got a ball, stretched it, extruded bits, gave it an orange skin, and cut some of it out for the layout.
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yup i saw that just a minute ago thats why i erased it from the post :) thanks though
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It looks nice. I have always liked blue. My only comment really is that it seems like you were trying to do a sort of vortex effect, but forgot to give it a slight circular pattern. If thats not what you were trying for, then I apologize, but that was the first thought that came to mind. Otherwise, good use of effects and nice blending! :)

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It looks like silk :)
Nice job!
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http://www.250a.com/jer.gif

http://www.250a.com/cait.gif

those are two more. and thanks musik
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instead of playing around with the same filters, try something new! or just go to hue/saturation and select colourize ;) lol
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Nice. I love the second one. Good use of darks with slight hints of kinda twisted red. A+


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I like the last one but I'm wondering why you are saving them as gif's instead of jpg or png
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what does it matter? is there really a difference?
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Yes there is a difference. Gif is a larger file and takes longer to download.

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what does it matter? is there really a difference?
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actually...
GIF can only use a maximum of 256 colours for its palette - good for web users, bad for detailed composites. It doesn't blur images, and instead creates crisp lines (ie. text or sharp contrasts).
JPEG can use way more, like 16 million i think. It blurs images, but the quality is way better for detailed images (such as renderings :lol: like this one).
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What's so special about filters? He didn't even draw them. He just used a few filters and colored it...
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I know this will sound lame, but there are tons of epople that have no idea how to do that and think that images like that take days and days of work. No offense to anyone, I dont mean this like that, Im just saying Cdon is kinda right, but dont forget that it still takes know-how of the program to do images like that. :)

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i am a beginner....DUH
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No offense...but that's not the greatest...

...all your doing is using filters and creating effects....just colour...

....use or create actual objects, atleast not just a combination of colours...anybody can do that...

....i'm a n00b too, but i don't do that stuff....
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Agreed, but lets not scare him off. That was why I kind of regret my last post. I want to see more of his stuff. As he gets better, Im sure that he will begin experimenting with more complex things as well. Experimenting with filters was one of the first things I did when I started using PS. Lets give him a little slack and wait for some more goodies. :)
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OK!

I checked out what filters do on photographs...5 times max. then i went into doing filterless stuff.....lol...
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Ok, by your logic hes got 2 left. All Im saying is give the guy a break. I will no longer split hairs with you. Im done with this thread.
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Seriously, Everyone plays with filters when they start using Photoshop. Photoshop is a tool, and like any other tool, it takes time to master. I have been using Photoshop since version 2.5, and there are a LOT of features that I have never used. Not because I don't need them, but because I have never taken the time to learn them (because I'm stubborn and set in my ways :P ).
These are his(or her) first ventures into digital art, and as such, they show potential.
Those of us who have done digital art or photo manipulation for a while did this kind of stuff when we started, and we have seen it from virtually everyone else who started after us. It's a natural progression. Don't be discouraging because they came after you.
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thanks!
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You are enough good for a begginer.

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