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    SpeedArt | Basic Composition | Part1

    So I a video tutorial on the basic part of creating a manipulation. Three stocks used, but this part of the manip focuses on the cutting out and added compositions and blending them in. The video took 33 mins, so I increased the clip speed lol.

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    Re: SpeedArt | Basic Composition | Part1

    Where do you usually get your stock images from?

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    Re: SpeedArt | Basic Composition | Part1

    I get most from dA (DeviantArt)...

    I would normally add stock links, but these are really old and have no links for them.

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    Re: SpeedArt | Basic Composition | Part1

    -thumbsup-pngbonus points for using a pleasant piano soundtrack rather than 10 minutes of harsh house beats.

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    Re: SpeedArt | Basic Composition | Part1

    I actually work to classical music...lol.

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    Re: SpeedArt | Basic Composition | Part1

    omigosh!!!! that is art! I didn't realize just how labor intensive this kind of image was. Pretty spectacular.

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    Re: SpeedArt | Basic Composition | Part1

    i know the pen tool is more accurate but that seems like a hell of a lot of clicks and adjustments to select an image , i use quick selection and then paint with quick mask , what are the benifits of taking all that time when you can refine edge anyway

    how long did it take to make that selection of the girl
    Last edited by egosbar; 02-05-2013 at 01:06 AM.

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    Re: SpeedArt | Basic Composition | Part1

    Quote Originally Posted by egosbar View Post
    i know the pen tool is more accurate but that seems like a hell of a lot of clicks and adjustments to select an image , i use quick selection and then paint with quick mask , what are the benifits of taking all that time when you can refine edge anyway

    how long did it take to make that selection of the girl
    It took less than 5 minutes to cut out the model...

    Quick selection isn't man enough for the job.

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