Teggstures
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LordP
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Ligden
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vicspa
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LUX
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like it :)
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Tubby
Tubby
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Thanks, Lux :) Wasn’t sure it would be well received but happy it was enjoyed :)
LUX
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congrats Tubby nice one Thumb up
Tubby
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One material is now another. Simple. The board is simply a background and the feather a design feature to bring it together. Although, it also happens to be a new material, not feather any more.
Tubby
Tubby
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Eggshell and yolk was changed into a number of different materials. Same as turning a boat into brick. I understand it, mate. Maybe you don’t understand the depth of techniques involved. Those skills ratings are a joke.
WhisperingSage
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Perhaps you don't understand? Take something, and make it out of a new material, such as the example source, marble used (replaced. changed) instead of a baseball bat and the ball. The Skulls' teeth (enamel, ivory) were changed into gemstones.
Tubby
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The feather was changed, not the board. I think you’re overthinking things. It’s not like any of these eggs actually exist or have a backstory about how they could exist.
WhisperingSage
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The rock, looks like a 1000 year old egg, but I can't figure out how you got a leopard into an egg shape. LOL
WhisperingSage
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It's a carved board. What materials were used to change it from wood?
Tubby
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What do you mean? The materials are fairly obvious, aren’t they? Bark, fish eye/scales, rock and leopard skin, and the feather carved into this board they sit on.
WhisperingSage
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IMHO = In my humble opinion.
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So, what was the changed material? You say they are eggs, but what are they turned into, using another material? Are you saying one is a walnut? The yolk of another is a fisheye? Are those the changed materials? ...
Tubby
Tubby
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Agreed. Amended,
vicspa
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To give a 2D object some dimension you need a correct shadow and a highlight, to me you are missing some kind of highlight on the intact eggs.
vicspa
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But, and there's always a "But", some are just that, negative comments followed shortly with a low vote.
vicspa
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Don't consider all comments to be "negative", some are given early on so one can edit his/her entry to make it better if the suggestion is valid of course.
vicspa
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In My Honest Opinion
Tubby
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but now to concentrate on the proper entry, not the experiment. :) Any suggestions? I'm always trying to experiment.
Tubby
Tubby
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Even ideas I've used in my own art. I was inspired by Lux's last artwork with the monolith. Something I never thought of using before but it looked really cool, with the use of negative space. Maybe even 4th dimension space! :)
Tubby
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Perhaps, seeing as we are doing this for fun and for free, we can learn from each other and compliment each other as well? even swap techniques? I see some great ideas here and great art. Seems our combines knowledge could make it lots of fun :)
Tubby
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I may be new here, but it does make me laugh that every first comment I see (not just on my art) is a negative critique. I welcome critique. It's the only way we grow and, in this case, you're correct, I needed further contrast in my shadows.
Tubby
Tubby
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Ps. What's IMHO stand for? Not up to date on my acronyms
Tubby
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Better? Yes, it was kinda standard drop shadow. Added a little more depth now, manually.
vicspa
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are those photoshop drop shadows?, they make the egg look flatter than it is. IMHO, see the shadows in the reference.
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Tubby
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ENTRY INFORMATION

Votes: 8 (1)

Current Score: 60.429

Score: 60.429

Ratio: 1.000

Cmts.: 24

Views: 171

Uploaded on: 16th Sep 2018

Updated on: 17th Sep 2018

Favourite of: 0 Citizens

Placed: 1st


Prize won: 78

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ENTRY DESCRIPTION
An experiment in texture mapping and frequency separation. Just eggsperimenting :) Oh my... *face palm*
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