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Well, after months of non-stop work I have finally came to the end of my GCSE project! It's been my life pretty much for the last few months, and although tiring, it's been a great experience.
I have scanned in all my work and put it on my Photobucket account, so if you would like to see the finished result, please head on over to http://photobucket.com/albums/v465/T...CSE%20Treemen/
Thanks in advance for any comments.
That was very impressive!
Well, done! :cool:
I particularly enjoyed #16 the treebeard, #32 great job turning photo's into trees, #38 I agree that guy had the best expression of your subjects with the kid you tree-ified a close second, And last but not least #64 the four pictures of deep woods scenery were awesome! They all showed great skill!
Last edited by Joker; April 28th, 2005 at 20:51.
you gotta get an A for that
PLAN CLAN MAN!!
He who makes a beast of himself gets rid of the pain of being a man- S. Johnson
When I clicked on individual pictures to get a closer look, at the bottom of the page they say # of 68 for instance. So that's what I went by.Originally Posted by Thalin
And for the deep woods you have 2 photos side by side with 4 smaller pictures each of what looks like drawings of deep woods sceneries(sp?) but of those 2 I like the second set of 4 the best that is labeled #64 of 68.
Great job! You have enviable skills.
Phobos was looking for some pointers from a great artist, maybe you should pm him with some tips?
Last edited by Joker; April 28th, 2005 at 21:59.
OK just to let you know, the large Treebeard image is not mine, that is by an artist who worked on the Lord of the Rings film. As for the deep woods, the digital looking images are not mine, but the reproduction under each one is. I have written under all the images whether they were my own, or used as reference!
Well, I apologize for mixing up the Treebeard picture, but in all honesty I like the non-digital drawings for the surrealistic look they have just well as I like the digitals. So there!Originally Posted by Thalin
I'll be damned if I let you escape another compliment! Hehehe! ^_^
My comments stand, I liked your stuff! :cool: