"Get your ass to Mars Quaid" We have
Breathing in I know I am alive,
Breathing Out I am mountain solid.
I must admit I realy like the colour qualities here, it has a kind of seventies vibe to it. Well done to denis for his workshop, I think the sharpening really does improve the image... so clap clap all round here, I would just love to go for walk near here with a special person... it would be so nice...
great work b ;]
Dont see anything wrong with the fact that script is not centred, if you hadnt mentioned it I would have thought of it.. very subtle image... like how you useed green channel select effect.. is there any limits to your talent?
a u b l r
Very very exciting what you did with a rather banal image.... you gave it a life it lacked, you turned something platitudinous into something momentous, you are a gifted image crafter, no doubt about it, no back scratching here. i used to know a guy from the cayman islands.. he wanted to boil my pet turtle for dinner,.. seriously.. said to me one day "oh jese I'd love a but o'turtle" lookingly longinly into my vivarium at my red earred slider terrapin I had named Freud. /aye the sharpening and lighting, clouds etc make this a very vivid image. well done ...a u blr
nice sequence...Malcolm has the look of the young Richard Gere... very handsome guy...he sounds like a real gem...except for the flipping thang...sounds like he winded you!! I think this would have worked if the images were larger but I wouldnt dare question your acumen, your judgement, your genious ;)
This reminds me so so much of the shots you once had in your earlier TrekLens gallery... ah those were the dayz eh? the disappeaing background gives this a dream-like quality.. fertilizer eh that is most curious..
Woe...!! one of these Vampires is not only incredibly scary she is Vampirically beautiful..amazing work again..again.!! those veins in the head of your she vampire are very ... very .. effective.
So incredibly well achieved, you should send your resume to Alfred Romero, very very scary stuff. Hard to think that you created this. Brilliantly original idea to use flaky rusty paint, you must, you must show me how you did this...
You really do work hard to achieve the effects you want... grainy, grey, abstract quality and a very meaningful tulip leaf bent over in desperation...tell a story of having yielded something beautiful to the world but now moribund...
daisydaisy what shall we do you with you?