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Posted on 30/05/22 3:35:21 PM
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Posted on 31/05/22 04:58:40 AM
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This image started with a totally different theme. How it ended up like this, I genuinely don't know.
I'm almost too embarrassed to submit it. My excuse - blocked sinuses

http://vimeo.com/715439204


I spotted the moose, Loyd
David, that's a beautiful image. I lit up the tractor in PS and wow, you've done a beautiful job steampunking it.
Dennis, this is frame worthy.



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Posted on 31/05/22 10:52:02 AM
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A superb video, Anna, but what happened to the other 99 uses?

Posted on 31/05/22 8:37:57 PM
lwc
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Well done Anna, and the moose knew you were watching...

Posted on 31/05/22 8:44:54 PM
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Roving Mars on a budget... or robot farming if you prefer.






Posted on 01/06/22 5:08:34 PM
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Re: Challenge 909: Down on the farm
It's been a while since I did an image using Photoshop alone...and did it take hours.

Of late, there's a certain somebody of whom I am reminded of every time I see a moose...no names mentioned. So here's Moose boy's first Dragtor.



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Posted on 01/06/22 5:24:37 PM
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Re: Challenge 909: Down on the farm
Why is it that only after you submit your images, do you notice mistakes?

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Posted on 01/06/22 7:25:52 PM
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Re: Challenge 909: Down on the farm
Dennis - How clever, what a great idea! A "dragtor" - brilliant!

I can't find a "mistake", only one thing that some could possibly take issue with.

Posted on 01/06/22 9:23:04 PM
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Thanks Lloyd. Did you notice your cut-out valve...lol.

I missed a few trivial things like not blending etc but left of the top of the ladder, I lost a layer of the 2 supporting beams that should extend onto the cross beam that extends towards the rear of the Dragtor.

It was there before replacing tiny parts of corrugated iron between the planks but keeping track of 200 plus unlabeled layers is a recipe for disaster.

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Posted on 01/06/22 10:10:25 PM
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Re: Challenge 909: Down on the farm
dwindt wrote:
Thanks Lloyd. Did you notice your cut-out valve...lol.


I had to download it so I could 'zoom in' and yes I see it, doesn't look that reliable.

...keeping track of 200 plus unlabeled layers is a recipe for disaster.


I can't imagine... I go nuts with only 10-15 layers and a few various animation effects.



Posted on 02/06/22 00:17:07 AM
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Re: Challenge 909: Down on the farm
Background sunset image is from far western Oklahoma, USA



Posted on 02/06/22 03:05:41 AM
dwindt
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Whose your "Beep Beep" now?



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Posted on 02/06/22 04:37:22 AM
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Dennis wrote
Whose your "Beep Beep" now?



Amazing, Dennis. Shades of Salvador Dali.

Posted on 02/06/22 04:41:12 AM
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A brilliant sunset, Loyd. I kept watching that bit of cloud, waiting for it to disappear!


Posted on 02/06/22 04:45:10 AM
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Posted on 02/06/22 4:08:48 PM
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Re: Challenge 909: Down on the farm
First, thanks to mariner for the research - I had looked but came up empty handed.
Second, all I can say is quite astounding work and varied entries by everyone - although i would love to have one of those dragtors Dennis.


Posted on 02/06/22 4:14:44 PM
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Re: Challenge 909: Down on the farm
Trying the Flowscape App:
http://vimeo.com/716432562

Posted on 02/06/22 4:27:35 PM
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Re: Challenge 909: Down on the farm
Well used Frank. A back ground sound would have mixed in well to.

If you go done the right side options in Flowscape and select the headphones, there are various sound options. Open fields, sea, forest, wind through trees etc. Adds a tranquilizing touch. Well done!


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Posted on 02/06/22 4:42:52 PM
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Re: Challenge 909: Down on the farm
Thanks Dennis, I assume you mean a background sound in conjunction with the music sound ?
I am aware of that but didn't try it with the music already added in - will give it a try.

Posted on 02/06/22 4:58:00 PM
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Re: Challenge 909: Down on the farm
Just tried it Dennis, sounds great with waves or birds chirping in background - didn't realize you could "combine" that with a music background.
Also ,have a few 3D .obj's I made a few years back in PS, hope to incorporate those somewhere down the line. Amazing possibilities for a $10.00 program.
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