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@sarkut: thanks!

Awesome page curl! only thing i think you could change is the shadow under the paper. if the paper is resting on the surface, then the shadow shouldn't be so offset or blurred. unless it's really thick paper, or it isn't resting on the surface. Anyway, there's my two cents worth.

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Yes Heat Stroke, the paper is levitating in deep meditation.

I'll have to re-visit the .pdn file to determine

how/whether it can be packaged as a tutorial, csm.

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Superb image & well worth the time it took. The photos scattered around are fantastic too & I know that some are actual photos but some are also done in PDN. Well done!

Congratulations in getting into the Galleria!

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omygosh, goonfella, you are amazing! O.O If you won't accept that, at least admit you have some seriously good patience...

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Two steps to make the basic texture. I was quite surprised when I came across the accidental creation of the texture o.0 Never thought to use the plugin in that way...

Any requests for a tutorial?

EDIT: minor parts based off of the first part of this GIMP tutorial. pyro should recognize it ;)

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pdnnoob - nice work! I think it is the start of something really great. On its own it shows off the texture of the planet very well but add a nebula & it'll knock the socks off everyone (except pyro - who doesn't wear them anyway.)

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First time I really used smudge to do hair. I'm not quite hqappy with the left side of the hair the teeth and the nose. But i really like what I have done. I will also show the original.

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@ Aislin , you really did a great job, I think the arm in the first image needs a slight highlight, and the hair in the second image needs some shadow exactly like the frame of the glasses, the teeth are ok but IMO if you lighten the black (or dark red) they will look better.

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the first one is a non edited picture taken in second life, i did nothing with it... it was just to show you a before and after... what i do with non edited second life pictures

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Chrisco, I love the background & the gem. Very good outcome with those but the gold is a bit flat & jaggy in places. Still a very nice work.

Aislin, it isn't abstract. I like your new work. Tons better than the original.

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St. Jim good one we had a television looked almost like this when I was a child. you forgot the rabbit ears though . they were the absolute must for reception.

this is an older one from my files. it was the first picture of a real person I did in paint.net

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I like this~~~

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