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Mar 22, 2010 | 12:47 PM EDT
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972 x 1296 px
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poster
nature
invisible
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Poster art for my album "Rocks Don't Lie".

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Se7enSinsSe7enSins

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is so beautifal!

When I saw this work of art, I cried tears of awesome. This looks so smooth and realistic at the same time. I love this piece and I am very looking forward to your album!


InvisibleObserver responds:

Eeeeee. Albums been out for a long time now on my bandcamp, which should be find-able through my news/home page on NG.

(It is free)


Berkley233Berkley233

Rated 5 / 5 stars

coolio

Pretty good work. What did you use to make this? Just wondering. Overall, It has a very pleasing effect on the eye from your use of the different colors.

Maybe you should put a face or something in the center, or ...
I dont know. You decide. After all, it is your work.

(I recommended you!)
;}

~B23


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InvisibleObserver responds:

I use CS 4s Photoshop for photo manipulation, styling and creation (usually a mix of the 3). Overall goal is have a high contrast yet visually smooth image.

I highly doubt I'll be adding a face, I was contemplating having a mass of clouds converging in the middle, as well as add some sort of sky pattern in the background of the rest of the image.

Thanks for the recommendation, though I think I need 4 submissions recommended before I'm eligible for being scouted, and I'm not sure how kindly the system supports manipulation like what I do. I'd argue its art, and it doesn't conflict with any rules they have, but it doesn't adhere to whats suggested either.