TrevorOutlaw

Trevor's Gallery - Attempt at Double Exposure

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TrevorOutlaw    13

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Tools used - TR's alpha cutter, pyrochild's gradient mapping, and stocks images from unsplash.com.

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Tool used - stock images found on unsplash.com, TR's alphacutter, and a host of imagination.

 

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Tool used - Brush Factory, Liquidify and Alpha Mask; abrViewer to convert Photoshop dispersion brush; stock image.

 

100% PDN.

 

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Created in Paint.NET.  Stock image.

 

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Red ochre    1,393

Hello Trevor - welcome to the forum,

Nice start to your gallery - good images, subtle colours. I like your sig too!

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Pixey    1,952

Welcome Trevor to PDN - nice to have a new face on here.  Your images are luscous and the colors so appealing.  Great work :smile:

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barbieq25    668

Very nice works here! Welcome from me too. Great to have you here. 

 

Love the concepts you have shown here. I really love the background white shapes with the purple one. It makes a very dramatic statement.

 

I look forward to seeing more from you :D 

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HELEN    335

Heeey Trevor! So glad you could make it here! You know I've always loved your works. Looking forward to seeing more. ;)

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TrevorOutlaw    13

Thank you all for the kind and warm welcome.  I may not post as much due to time constraint between a full time job, taking night class, and life in general.  I do have a work in the pipeline, but I have no ETA.

 

Again, thank you all for the kind words.

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TrevorOutlaw    13

Hi everyone. I don't like to double post, but since the rules states it is ok to bump a gallery if I have not received a response in 24 hours, so I made another wallpaper using Blender and then created the rest in Paint.NET.  I hope you enjoy it and have a nice weekend.

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Pixey    1,952

I too really like this one, as the colours really stand out and look very complimentary together :smile:

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dug    84

Welcome and what a cool start to your gallery. Your style and amalgamation of the different software is very interesting. Nice work.

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TrevorOutlaw    13

Hello, this is a brief post to let you all know I am not dead!

 

I have been spending the last few months taking a night class at a local community college.  Whatever free time I have, I spend doing my homework, helping around the house, things of that nature, and making art have taking a dramatic backseat.

 

I appreciate all the positive comments I have received, and do apologizes for not thanking each one of you.

 

I have signed up for a summer class that runs for 10 weeks and I seriously doubt I will have the time to make more art.  Perhaps during a hiatus in between summer and fall semester, I will make a wallpaper or two, if I have the desire.

 

Keep making art for the joy of it!

 

-Trevor

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HELEN    335

Good luck with your classes! Education is very important to get. Hoping to see you here as soon as you finish your class.

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TrevorOutlaw    13

Two new "experimental" pieces added to first page. 

 

First piece is an attempt to create a texture-like creation using FurBlur (which is suprisingly fun to play with), and utilizing some techniques I have seen, especially one done by Welshblue, and Pyrochild's gradient bars.  A lot of steps went into this, so please do not ask for me to try to recreate it. 

 

The second piece is a demostration of what a faux bokeh effect is supposed to look like.  It utilized the same piece I create but with a twist, using simply the "unfocus" blur plug-in.

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TrevorOutlaw    13

@Barbieq25 and Helen, thanks for your comments, however overdue they are.

 

@everyone else, I am considering writing a tutorial on how I made one of my wallpapers using Blender and PDN.  Would anybody be interested? More than 5 ayes would give me an incentive to write one up.

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