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Sasha - The Gallery - *NEW 08 / 10 / 2015*


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Sorry for the confusion,that's why I leave this type of stuff to Welshy,YM and BBQ. I am hopeless at explaining things.If your background and wood texture are on separate layers move the wood texture down horizontally or use rotate/zoom. Wood texture showing one third,background showing two thirds.When your happy,merge,start your clipwarp sequence. Your background has to be the whole canvas.

 

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Nice new works Sasha B)

I was going to suggest using a wooden texture to stand your ornament on, but then I noticed you said it was a contemporary piece, so therefore it works just as it is with the black table top. Your alien is super cool, I don't think it needs anything else adding to it really (unless others can fill the gaps) great additions to your gallery, top work. :)  

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With the alien I see an owl...Google crochet owls & you might get some ideas on how to proceed.

 

The mosaic bowl doesn't really do it for me but the background sure does! 

 

I love the glass bottles but also agree with the lowering of the horizon. Love the contemporary ornament. I could see this as a lamp on that glossy black table. The good thing about keeping the PDN files is that you can use the elements over & over again. :D

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Nice new pieces!

Save the space-wasp head as an object. One day you will be experimenting with Pdn and think 'that looks like an alien insect body', what did I do with that wasp head? ;)

+ good to experiment with shape 3D - good results!

 

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Yes save the alien head as a pdn file and you will find or create something later that it will go great with. For now it looks pretty cool,I have one something like it in my gallery and I used parts from different things to make a body,bug arms,dog legs,lol.

 

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Thanks all of you for the recent comments and feedback. I'm happy that you like what I make :)
I have saved the PDN of the alien and if I can finish it I would certainly do a colab, (I also have a b&w head with the green eyes)
I'm not very good at creating arms or boddies just yet though.

 

Daniels - The alien / wasp head was created first using MultiColor Gradient (I used the random option until I found the colours I liked, then set the gradient to be Square.
Next I deleted the middle of the gradient and also around the top, bottom and sides, so I basically ended up with a multi-colour picture frame,
I then used Shape 3D (on sphere) and played around with the x / y settings until I was happy with the position.
Then for the eyes I used davidF's Curly Lines Plugin and then added the lighter green middle of the eye and the white spot on another layer, then resized them to be oval and to fit on the top of the alien / wasp head,
It's hard to explain really, (not good at tute writing :lol: ) but it was just an experiment with a surprising result. :)

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That alien head is really cute Sasha. His (or Her) eyes are amazing. I hope you do finish it one way or the other. I would never of thought to use a gradient as a starting block to make something so unique, well done :) Your ornament is very nice too, very nice additions to your gallery and always nice to pass by to see how you are getting on :)

 

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Thank you nitenurse, blackpenny, barbieq both new images were just experiments that turned out the right way, and as mentioned I kept the pdn files just in-case I can finish them off or perhaps add something to them at a later date :)

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keeping your work as a pdn file saves you from doing the same thing again...

i mean you can add a layer but you can hide another layer and render afterwards...

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excellent work on using the 3Ds...

that alien thingie is one big project i think...

 

your outline siggy is cute and sassy...

use of gradients is pretty neat too...

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my lappy is quite bad in executing some plugins...

dunno why but it might be bacause of the videocard so maybe why its slower...

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you have talent im sure of it...

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Thank you ShinichiOkazaki - I'm glad that you like my gallery :) The alien I think will be a big job, not being very good at rendering a body or arms yet, It could be a very long work in progress, but it may get completed before the year ends :D

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Thank you yellowman and ShinichiOkazaki, It will be a lengthy project, because I am stuck on how to make a body for it. :/

 

ShinichiOkazaki - Thank you for your comment on the magic circle, that was a fun tute to follow, I just wish I had made the canvas bigger :)

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Oh WOW! Sasha, fragile is a great work, it looks to me like a stage production poster, the velvet curtains effect is really good and I really dig the gold letters on different angles too, nice and subtle use of drop shadow, well made. B)

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