Made a comment on FB .but wanted to here as well..Brilliant!
Oh, how I love it!!!!! So cool,,,,so much fun!
So who's the guy your face is holding?
How cool is that!?!
Now that does look like fun!
Haha that is so cool!
KarateMom - thank you:)Mapstew - thanks :)Anon - merci, danke, graci, what language is that anyway?Tara Marie - thank you :)Charlie - some bloke that keeps hassling me.Hope - welcome to my ramblings, and thank you for taking the time to massage my ego :)Eryl - it is, it is. Does it give you any more ideas for your own book cover?Bryher - thank you :)
My kids love Photoshop! These are great images, Kim.
very cool indeed
i digs it man. but then, you already knew that. you come up with some really neat ideas.(W.V. regible)the only part i am just a little (very little) picked about, is the top part of the mask. the lower part looks like it has a little thickness to it, but the upper part appears to be as thin as paper. which may have been the intention.
Debra - it is fun :)NurseMyra - thank you :)Sarah - You're right - I keep looking at it and I know it's not right, but I feel I've learned a lot from creating this
i'm still trying to get a side view of you know who...he is so not cooperating! ;0 xoxox
Can you dig out an older one?
Funny, Kim -- reminds me of myself today...
That's how we feel now that you've given up writing over at 5M4SN.:DTammy and Parkerwww.prayingforparker.com
Hi. Thanks for visiting my blog and adding it to your squidoo page. Neat photoshop work!
Mary - not for too long I hope :)Tammy - ooh, a knife in my conscience... My next blog post will be DS related - shall we put it up on 5MFSN too?Ria - welcome to my ramblings and thank you for taking the time to comment :)
Creepy with a capital K.Now I know where nightmares come from. Photo shop.
Carole - Photoshop just allows us to find ways of expressing our nightmares :)
Thanks Amy :)
Teeny wee bit of anti-aliasing ( "blur" )on the top curve of the mask ( on the "mask" layer, not the flattened image )should solve your "it's no right" problem.Brilliant picture, though.
Thanks Ché. If I was doing it again I'd make a number of changes. But it's the doing it in the first place where we learn :)
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