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Seascape - rough seas using Furblur

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Ego Eram Reputo    1,695

'Twas a dark and stormy night....

 

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Very nice tutorial Red Ochre! :star:

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david.atwell    280

WOAH.  Very impressive.

 

Y'know what, I'm just going to save time and pin this right now.  I am very impressed at the concepts you're teaching here, and the fact that a very evocative image comes from very simple origins.

 

2014 tutorial authors certainly have their work cut out for them if they want to win that Tut Author of the Year award.

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welshblue    347

 

 

2014 tutorial authors certainly have their work cut out for them if they want to win that Tut Author of the Year award.

 

Maybe we should all give up now ?

 

Nice result Red' ... although on initial attempts I can't get it much like the example.  Will play more when I've more time and medicated up

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david.atwell    280

Maybe we should all give up now ?

 

No, please don't!  I want a much more difficult decision.

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Red ochre    1,396

EER - great result! Thanks for trying it out and posting the results.

David - Many thanks for pin and the kind remarks.

Welshblue - If you can get it to look right at stage 12, the rest will be a doddle for you.

Seerose - thank you for saying thank you!

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DrewDale    648

A great tute Red, congrats on a worthy pin. I have bookmarked to do this, looking at some great examples of what can be done from EER & Trevor. 

 

@Doughty - That looks amazing, the addition of the rocks and lighthouse sets it off, great work. B)

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Red ochre    1,396

Trevor - great example - thanks for posting!
I think you may have used a very slightly different setting for Furblur which gives the impression of the waves moving from left to right - great idea - works really well! :star:

Doughty - absolutely stunning 11/10! B)

Drew - Thanks for the congrats - looking forward to seeing your take on this! ;)

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TrevorOutlaw    13

Trevor - great example - thanks for posting!

I think you may have used a very slightly different setting for Furblur which gives the impression of the waves moving from left to right - great idea - works really well! :star:

 

Yeah, I used a slightly different settings, and I also used a bit of displacement to create depth.

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welshblue    347

No, please don't!  I want a much more difficult decision.

 

After flooding (gettit) the forum  this  last year I'll leave it to cracking ones like this one.  TBH I'm tut'ed out :lol:

 

Suitably medicated I gave it another try

 

All PDN thanks to this tutorial and other plugins at our disposal

 

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barbieq25    670

Red, a fantastic tute & a worthy pin!

 

It is hard to believe that none of these are photos. Outstanding work...Each one a little bit different but all beautiful :D

Welshy has again captured the moodiness that appeals to me.

 

Bookmarked for later :P

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DrewDale    648

A fantastic take on it Welshblue, stunning work. B)

Heres my take on it, added some cliffs before making the gradients galore layers. Great tute Red +1 

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Red ochre    1,396

Trevor - always good to experiment!

WB - stunning! - I'm glad you persevered.

Barbieq - thanks!

Drew - good result - thanks for posting.

Ella - very moody and dark - good sense of depth too.

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welshblue    347

Welshy - keep taking those meds!  

 

I haven't got a lot of choice ;)  (Although I have to dis-agree with my neurologist and say Tramadol and Cymbalta are not good together :lol:)

 

Thanks for the Rep points EER and Drew but I've got to admit using an older image I made http://fc08.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2010/200/0/d/Another_Day_Gone_by_WelshBlue.jpg ... tied it all in.  It looked bloody potato before

 

@ Barbie' ... I thought moody was the only way ;)

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nitenurse79    503

Some really nice examples here, all of them look like real photographs. I hope to try this very soon, well written RedOchre, Congratulations on the pin too :)

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rocky532    14

@welshblue- Your image is simply beautiful; it's so serene  :)

 

My natural inclination was to make a dark, dreary, rainy night, but I decided to try something different and attempt to create a less moody picture (or at least a little less moody...)

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skullbonz    355

Sorry Red that I didn't try this sooner,between you and TR it's getting hard to keep up with the new plugins,lol.  

 

This is a great tute. Of course I had to add my own twist to it though,lol   :D

 

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barbieq25    670

Wow! Everyone continues to churn out such fab outcomes! Great work Skullbonz & Rocky.

 

Congratulations on the Galleria entries doughty & Welshy!

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