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Brain Freeze by roseenglish Brain Freeze by roseenglish
Remake of a rushed version, the lighting and shading on the original was better but I cant recall the sequence of lighting effects I applied and in what order or blending modes!

Made in Photoshop CS3

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FrodoPrime Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2009  Hobbyist Photographer
seamless blending - love the concept - well executed - as for the color mismatch - may work in sepia
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roseenglish Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
ty ty ty, I couldnt get the lighting just as I wanted it.. I made an earlier version were the brain wasnt right but the lighting was really good..then of course I re did it and couldnt recall the exact sequence of lighting effects and blending layers in the " fade light" option! hahah.. such is Photoshop!
Many thanks..really.... Its a real ego boost!
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pennechantel Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2009
Featured in my journal!
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roseenglish Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
aaawww ty... Im such a bloody noob compared to most of DA lol so it means an awful lot that you did that :)
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pennechantel Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2009
Ahhh I've been here awhile and I still feel like a noob!! LOL At the end of the day its about doing it for your own enjoyment and then its just a buzz when others love it too! Keep it up!!
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SlowburnDarkly Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2009
Heh heh, I like it. Even beyond a first glance, this isn't as sloppy as you think it is. The blending is all done pretty smoothly, especially with the combination of the hand and the face. The stubble is a nice touch, I wouldn't remove it. I guess my only complaints would be the fact that the face and the skin aren't matching in skin tone, as you said; the hand is pale while the face is somewhat tan. Also, the work on the brain really doesn't flow that well, and I mean beyond it being too big. But hey, I've got nothing against experimentation. Overall, pretty good work. It has that shock factor.
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roseenglish Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
Many thanks!


Yep, it has potential and I like the concept of the brain in the hand.. I am going to redo it with a different brain and spend more than 30 mins on it!
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SlowburnDarkly Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2009
Sounds cool. That was only thirty minutes worth of work, though? Wow, that's pretty good.
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