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Ok, been working on this the past two nights. I think I'm done... :D

Volcanic.png

Dude that's sweet! Can you post a tutorial?

Thank you very much to everybody for all the great compliments. It's very much appreciated. :wink: :D

I am very pleased how this last one (I've titled it 'Volcanic') turned out and can also say that it was completely created with Paint.NET. Didn't use any photos and I can't draw to save my life. That said, 'Volcanic' was created by just manipulating the tools and effects of Paint.NET (actually, about 80% of it is using the clouds effect).

I can try putting together a tutorial, but really I just used some of the things that I learned in some of the other tutorials already posted. I'd actually be scared to see a tutorial for this, it took me maybe a total of 8 hours from start to finish and a tutorial would be quite massive. I probably try recreating it using fewer steps and base a tutorial off of that. The best advice that I could give is to let your imagination do most of the work. :wink:

Thanks again.

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First skiing sig, finally filming now that the season is over. :( Pics coming soon of switch cork5... and hopefully cork180

skiingsigcrappy1dy9.jpg

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@Helio's bubble: It looks good, but it would look better if there was less blur on the edges. But unfortunately, it's impossible to fix that, now.

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Just for fun I've been working on making some real looking eyeballs. Am I getting close?

eyeballs1.png

eyeballs2.png

Maybe, maybe not....

Got to playing around....

This stewie01.gif turned into this stewie01realeyes.gif

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If you see a flat grey rectangular background, that's not me. It didn't show when I viewed the image in Firefox (what I use at home). However, IE (company standard) puts the grey in there no matter what the background color of the page it's posted on.

inia1tr8.png

I'm just a newb with no real art training, so it'll be a while before I can do any of the cool stuff I've seen here.

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If you see a flat grey rectangular background, that's not me. It didn't show when I viewed the image in Firefox (what I use at home). However, IE (company standard) puts the grey in there no matter what the background color of the page it's posted on.

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Doesn't seem to have this problem with IE 7.0...

BTW nice picture!

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a mix of a few effects...

PurpleResized.jpg

turned out pretty good yehh?

Easter eggs ?

not sure what they are.. just got the shape from the spiroshapes thing..

easter eggs they are :)

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Yes, IE7 supports transparency well. If you are using IE and don't have 7, get it now! Personally, I have IE and Firefox, so...

Those eyeballs are nice, jpope. I would try to soften the border between pupil and the iris, though. And make them look a little more glassy.

I like it, Jettyy. Very cool!

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Ah, thanks for the info!

My company has that kind of stuff locked down pretty tight, so until they choose to upgrade to 7.0, I am stuck with the version currently installed (6.0.x). Since I don't use IE at home, so it's not something I pay much attention to. Guess I might have to put it back if I'm going to be posting more images.

Loving the Easter eggs btw :)

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