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    Steampunk Tank Manipulation

    Hi everyone..

    Just wondering what you think of this manipulation ...

    Steampunk Tank Manipulation-steampunk_-tank1.jpg

    Stocks used..

    hat stock from Zememz stock http://zememz.deviantart.com/gallery/35196840?offset=24

    Industrial works bg form sxu http://www.sxc.hu/photo/736061

    All other stocks from CHEYENNE7's stock http://cheyenne75.deviantart.com/gallery/

    Everthing else from my PC stock..

    Thank you..

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    Re: Steampunk Tank Manipulation

    I like that buddy, looks ace

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    Re: Steampunk Tank Manipulation

    Love Steampunk, great job!

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    Re: Steampunk Tank Manipulation

    Awesome job!


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    Re: Steampunk Tank Manipulation

    Thankx everyone.

    I am trying diferent things doing these manipulations and learning more and more..( I hope getting better also )..

    One thing i found doing this one was i didn't realise i could do colour balance, levels and so on and them do a clipping mask on an idevidual layer.. works great.. learning more and more.

    Again thanks everyone for the lovely comments

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