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Uploaded
Jul 12, 2009 | 7:16 PM EDT
File Info
1500 x 1324 px
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634.7 kb
Tags
robot
photoshop
shaman
martian

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Hey guys, my first submission to the newgrounds art portal! (FINALLY somewhere on this site where I can actually submit to and not just be a spectator/player!)

Hope you like it, I like to do abstract things like this on photoshop. I set myself challenges of taking an everyday photo (for example this one was originally a fire hydrant) then adding, changing and tweaking my way through to an entirely different final product usually with some kind of sci-fi/fantasy theme.

Hopefully one of you out there will like this enough to vouch for me but until then... on to the next piece.

Feel free to PM me with vague before/after ideas too as I am always open to new muses.

Thanks

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Jage1992Jage1992

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very nice

It's rather cool! You seem to know what you're doing! Very interesting, and also well done. I don't think I'd be able to photoshop anything to that standard.

Nicely done!
Look forward to seeing more of your work!
Jage


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TheL1stTheL1st

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

pretty cool

really original, or there's some fad i'm not aware of
i think that you don't need the motion blur on the front guy
you get a strong sense of motion from the angle of the character
the jet, and the dust trail


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Heroface responds:

Thanks a lot man... I thought the same but it was a sneaky one in work so as soon as I'd decided it was finished I did away with the PSD and uploaded the jpeg to rescue it at home... the one I'm working on now is using a similar method but I'm building up the image on top of a sketch.. and I started it on my home PC so that means I can implement suggested changes this time around. If you like this one I think you'll like my new one... It's taking such a long time though.. thanks for the good feedback