...same procedure as every year. All my works are limited to photography and vector/vexel art. A couple of days ago, I tried to make my own logo with a combined G and O with deep 3D-bevels. I think it's quite okay, but not really the final product I haved wished for.
Well, I'm going to discover new techniques to get more diversity. Thereon I experimented with text art, photomanipulation and tilt-shift-effects.
Few days ago, I bought a german magazine named "Photoshop Creative". It's full of helpfull tips, tricks and tutorials.
Among others, they printed a very useful photomanipulation tutorial.
With help of the magazine and these stock images I made my first photomanipulation.
The Killing Strawberry
It's nothing special - only a replica of one of these tutorials at the magazine. But I think it look's really cool and, to use the words of one of the comments on the submissions, little bit creepy
I think that the result is quite okay
I'm pleased to read your comments & critiques
I'm allways wondering when I see any text art at deviantart. Most of them are very cool and quite interessting. Creating pictures only with fragments of text is a stunning skill in my opinion. And, because of my enthusiasm, I tried to create my first own text art!
Here you can see what I've done:
The Dark Knight
Yep, I like Batman! Love all his films and comics! And the new PC Game (Arkham Asylum) of course too. Hope you like it!
First time I've seen these gorgeous effects was in the current t-mobile advertising. You can see there a few cool scenes and landscapes with this effect. I like the way it look's like a miniature. Great technique! Unfortunately, I haven't got such an objective at home and that's why I used Photoshop to simulate the effect.
Streets of San Francisco
I think it's quite good. Please comment and critique! That's the only way I can improve my skills.
Yippi! Got my first (two ) critiques at: