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Hayden Stasven
Thanks Hayden Stasven , Getting to work on it now.

Nice, so hows it coming along? Looking forward to seeing them. colgate.gif

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Thanks Hayden Stasven , Getting to work on it now.

Nice, so hows it coming along? Looking forward to seeing them. colgate.gif

Well I done about a quarter of the controller (left front and analog stick) when Photoshop decided to lock up, Had to end Task the program, and start fresh, Haven't done much to it but I'm working on it as we speak.

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Here's a little piece I did for my girlfriend, I wanted to get it printed and framed for valentines day but my computer was struggling with rendering at print resolution sad.gif

 

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Anyway, I don't even know if she saw the finished thing come to think of it. Ah well, here I am sharing it with you guys instead.

I'd like to have made the DOF a more extreme transition but again, my computer was struggling with even applying that at the best of times. Any help on explanation of the settings would help!

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was killing time while waiting for someone and made a quick-ish doodle with me laptop tounge.gif

 

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started with the tongue and was supposed to go for gene simmons but heh~ smile.gif

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I like the clean look to vector pictures... I should try it out sometime.

Looks good Ottae icon14.gif

 

Here's a drawing from junior year highschool, about 3-4 years ago. It was drawn with colored pencil.

It was on size C paper (I believe), needless to say that's too big for any normal scanner. So of course, and sadly, this is from a photograph. It is a little blurry compared to the real piece, I have touched it up in photoshop.

 

I mainly only tried to restore it to it's original condition, I didn't change any thing but contrast, lighting (removed some glare), and distortion. I also had to whiten the outer area, as it was turned yellow from cigarette smoke, sadly.

 

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Well I've added to my deviantart gallery, here's links to those.

 

http://picolini.deviantart.com/art/Car-Sketches-65529549

http://picolini.deviantart.com/art/Robot-65528479

http://picolini.deviantart.com/art/Dragon-sketch-65528141

http://picolini.deviantart.com/art/Food-chain-pt-2-65527787

 

And here's a few more I didn't upload, I don't really want them in my gallery.

All were done in pen, but I have edited them a little in photoshop.

 

Just some random graffiti style sketch. I selected the white area and filled it in with black to darken it, the pen version wasn't smooth enough.

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Some farm scene. Water is hard to do with pen...

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Some scene with a futuristic character in the front...

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All of that is awesome, except the gun. I would say make it thinner, and more sort of blocky..

The fingers could also do some work, but, who am I to say tounge.gif

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It looks nice 'tae. some more layers could be used though. my first shot at one turned out like this.

 

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heres the original

 

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it goes without sayin the more layers the better it looks. its alot easier to work over a picture than it is to do from scratch. alot harder to get proportions and angles right. nice job man.

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Is there any way to speed up animated .gifs in Imageready? As you can see, my avatar is slow and choppy. The frames are all set at no delay already. sad.gif

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Is there any way to speed up animated .gifs in Imageready? As you can see, my avatar is slow and choppy. The frames are all set at no delay already. sad.gif

highlight all frames. Rick click one frame and select the day to 0 or minus values to speed it up. I think...

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If 0 seconds doesn't speed it up at all, then you've got way too many frames in the gif. Technically, it's probably like 1/30th or 1/60th of a second per frame, which is realtime (at least for our human eyes, at 30fps).

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Well it depends. An animation like that would probably only need about at most 100 frames, maybe a little more or less.

You don't want to delete too many frames if you do, it'll look choppy. My guess is you having your timing set incorrectly.

 

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Sorry to double post, but I've got something new here.

 

It's my first ever vector piece. No practice, first attempt here, and I think it came out pretty well.

It's the front bumper of the all new Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X.

 

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Photoshop CS2, 7 hours suicidal.gif

 

Oh, and I replaced the Mitsu diamond logo with my own double P logo (Picolini Productions). I'll be using this on my website, that's mainly the reason. I think it looks pretty good there.

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Vincent Alfano

I've made an attempt at doing the Sydney Skyline. I've used the following three photos that I took in 2006. I've used Adobe Photoshop CS3.

 

Original Photos(reduced from 3072x2304):

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I don't think this deserves it's own topic, so I thought id ask here. The thing is I have Adobe Photoshop CS3. And I've been putting in some of those custom texts you get from websites and I've installed them in the right folder (C:Windows/Fonts) but when starting up CS3 these fonts don't show up. Is there any reason why its not working?

 

Edit: I'm completely useless at rendering(cutting out like stuff from the background) And just wanted to know if anyone has any like really simple easy to understand tutorials for that. I've googled it and searched for a good 2 hours ( I know sad ) but still couldn't find anything that worked for me.

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Edit: I'm completely useless at rendering(cutting out like stuff from the background) And just wanted to know if anyone has any like really simple easy to understand tutorials for that. I've googled it and searched for a good 2 hours ( I know sad ) but still couldn't find anything that worked for me.

Heres a tip: If the item you want to cut out is on a background of just one colour (eg:A white background with Master Cheif on it) then use the magic wand tool and click the background then delete.

 

For other backgrounds, use the pen tool. Zoom in close and carefully click around it.

 

Or, this tutorial may help, tis the one I used when I first got CS2. Here; warning, may contain Jessica Alba

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Vincent Alfano

That's odd, I'm not sure why it's not working for you. When you place the font file into the FONT folder, an installation bar should appear as it's installed. If that's not happening then you might be placing files in the folder that aren't actually font files. Try opening Word or other applications to check if they are indeed there, they might just not be in the correct alphabetical position in Photoshop.

 

Try downloading them from here if they're not showing up.

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