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    Hoopy Frood Jessicayla's Avatar
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    Re: Not sure what to call this one.

    Very cool. I like the light to dark gradient on the ground - makes it look like the storm clouds are making the ground dark in one section.


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    Re: Not sure what to call this one.

    The second time around is lookin better huh?

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    Re: Not sure what to call this one.

    Yes, very good. I agree with Jessica. I would still consider adding a bit of brightness and contrast to the rock and the closest portion of the foreground, just to add that little bit of extra "glamour." (meaning glamour as in magical, not fashionable)
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    Re: Not sure what to call this one.

    One other thought - probably useless . Is the lightning part of the picture? Not superimposed? It just seems that it should be flashier. Maybe clone it out - on a separate layer of course - and add a brighter streak of lightning? Really picky and not that important. I would be really careful doing that anyway as it could distract from the main subjects.
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    Re: Not sure what to call this one.

    If your referring to the rock on the left in the first pic, I removed it in the second pic.

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    Re: Not sure what to call this one.

    I removed the lightning and changed the gradient. -stormy-jpg

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    Re: Not sure what to call this one.

    Lookin' good! I like this version the best, definitely. Love the swirling clouds in the sky.


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    Re: Not sure what to call this one.

    Super! Really well done hershy.


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    Re: Not sure what to call this one.

    Hmm.. now u r getting in the groove mate.. job well done.. I love the clouds too..

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    Re: Not sure what to call this one.

    Thanks, couldn't of done it with out you all.

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