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Thanks for the tip Jerkfight but no, I did not use that option. I used PIXresizer and there is no option for Best Quality.

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Thanks for the tip Jerkfight but no, I did not use that option. I used PIXresizer and there is no option for Best Quality.

You should resize it in Paint.NET, it helps a lot, also you can try using a plugin called Feather do make the edges less rough

Forsomeoneelse.png

I tried to edit for you

Url-http://i188.photobucket.com/albums/z267/jerkfight/Forsomeoneelse.png

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Don't worry about it :)

Check here viewtopic.php?p=155398#p155398

Thanks a lot, I think I am approaching but I ended up overdoing with blurs, gaussian blur +, zoom blur etc. so things went a bit out of control ( ahem smells of ...excuses... :roll: ...excuses) of course nothing to do with master:

metallospazzolatodiAsh.png

and while playing with settings of light rays in the hopeless intent to reach the perfect one I got this (could it be a falling bomb? or may be it looks like a suppository ... :lol: )

replicaashdoposhape3dcylinderezoomb.png

and this (could it be a a space station?) the answer to both is questions is: no...

replicaashdoposhape3dcylindereradia.png

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@Kreeos Is that inspired by Children of the corn (horror movie from a S. King novel, if I am not wrong)?

@Tendercrisp: I laughed a lot too for your self-description :D

@yosuhara: Yes, that definitely disturbed me and yet yes that definitely is Art! (if it is true that art must be disturbing also) inspired by Francis Bacon?

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Thanks for the tip Jerkfight but no, I did not use that option. I used PIXresizer and there is no option for Best Quality.

You should resize it in Paint.NET, it helps a lot, also you can try using a plugin called Feather do make the edges less rough

Forsomeoneelse.png

I tried to edit for you

Url-http://i188.photobucket.com/albums/z267/jerkfight/Forsomeoneelse.png

Thanks for all of the above! I didn't know I could resize in Paint! Still so much to learn.

:mrgreen:

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@Kreeos Is that inspired by Children of the corn (horror movie from a S. King novel, if I am not wrong)?

I've never actually seen that movie, lol. I was joking around with some friends one day and it came to me, lol.

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My take:

th_macpro-1.png

That is simply amazing. Those gradients are almost perfect!

Expiration: I hope you dont mind but I used your fractal looking thing on my wallpaper. It just looked to good, lol. As well, the burlap texture looks great! (I told you are becoming an Ash. He is still better many aspects, but you are definettly getting there)

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Expiration: I hope you dont mind but I used your fractal looking thing on my wallpaper. It just looked to good, lol. As well, the burlap texture looks great! (I told you are becoming an Ash. He is still better many aspects, but you are definettly getting there)

I don't mind at all. The "fractal" thing is actually weave + 6 (strategically placed) polar inversions. I'm using it as my wallpaper too. :wink:

Thanks for the compliments, but I have yet to figure out glass. (confuzzled :? )

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Expiration: I hope you dont mind but I used your fractal looking thing on my wallpaper. It just looked to good, lol. As well, the burlap texture looks great! (I told you are becoming an Ash. He is still better many aspects, but you are definettly getting there)

I don't mind at all. The "fractal" thing is actually weave + 6 (strategically placed) polar inversions. I'm using it as my wallpaper too. :wink:

Thanks for the compliments, but I have yet to figure out glass. (confuzzled :? )

There was hints for simple glass I posted in The Pictorium a while back.

Let me see if I can find it....

Edit: Found

1 advice: One does NOT always need complex color & background to get glass like textures and/or objects.

I will post a few for you to see later on. :)

then look at this post and read on, Madjik & Hellfire010 had it down quite fast. :)

Edit2: I like the sandbag texture!

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Gears seem to be popular lately so I thought I'd give 'em a try.

Thanks Ash for the kick-off. This was just a "make two and copy them" kind of thing. If I were going to get serious I'd make them individualy so I could change the reflections, shading, ect.

MultiGears1.jpg

One suggestion for anyone wanting to try and do gears. Pay a little more attention to the teeth than I did. Few gears really have "pointed teeth", the tips are just too weak to take the strain and are more often than not, flat or ground tipped (unless of course we're talking watch gears or something delicate), just something to keep in mind.

Topezia - I checked, and the best I can do on the "PDN Towers" I did, is to tell you what I remember. I'll PM if you want. I've got to get more organized about my drawing if I'm going to be sharing how I did things. Sorry.

And no, it doesn't look 'zactly like a supository. But for a bomb, maybe change the top end to some fins or at least flat. Love the coloring. :D

barbbark00 - Really nice!

Expiration - Cool sandbag. Looks very well used.

There's too much good stuff and you all post so fast it's impossible to mention everybody. But I do look at them and think you all do some teriffic work. Thanks for posting.

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Gears seem to be popular lately so I thought I'd give 'em a try.

Thanks Ash for the kick-off. This was just a "make two and copy them" kind of thing. If I were going to get serious I'd make them individualy so I could change the reflections, shading, ect.

th_MultiGears1.jpg

Looks good, however I don't think the gears can move at all with that placement :lol:

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Gears seem to be popular lately so I thought I'd give 'em a try.

Thanks Ash for the kick-off. This was just a "make two and copy them" kind of thing. If I were going to get serious I'd make them individualy so I could change the reflections, shading, ect.

th_MultiGears1.jpg

Looks good, however I don't think the gears can move at all with that placement :lol:

No, they won't. The two top big gears would have to be separated and work as two cluster off the main big one. (I think) :D And thanks for the comment, appreciate your opinion.

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That's really good PrettyDarnNeat.

@Ash i tried to remake your glass and decoration balls.

pngglassballs.png

Any tips? I used a white semi transparent background and S3D to make the glass...

EDIT: It looks very bad imo, I had to make the glass opaque so many times feather then transparent... over and over again. resulting in the bad edges

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