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Challenge#66: Supersize it!


Challenge #66: Supersize It

  • Eggy

    Votes: 4 33.3%
  • MentosCubing

    Votes: 1 8.3%
  • Argos

    Votes: 5 41.7%
  • PegoMan

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • LaceyKeo

    Votes: 2 16.7%

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This month's theme is: Supersize it!

Entries must be submitted by Friday 16th November 2018, 11.59.59 Forum time.

Here are a few ideas!
And now, I'll sit back and hope to see lots of crazy entries.

Regards
Chris

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Eggy

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Guys, don't forget this month's challenge...
 

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Thanks Chris.
I did another version of this many years ago.
The challenge is fun and really easy.
I wonder what's holding back the rest of the members...
Due to lack of time I had to skip the two previous ones but this one can go any way.
 

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This one probably isn't as silly or crazy as you were probably hoping for, but it was certainly fun to make! This was my first time using a depth-of-field blur on just one of the layers. (I mainly did it to hide the unrealistic handwriting on the sign XD)
 

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I love this challenge. My problem is this: I think up a bunch of really good ideas... For taking a scene and making something small. Dolphin in a glass, man on clock hands, blah blah. I suppose one could argue it's a really big glass, or clock, or whatever, but, it doesn't technically fit the challenge.

Any ideas I do come up with, suck.
I'm working on a couple different ideas. I really hope to put something up this month. As I said; I think the challenge itself is a great one.
 

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Hahaha I forgot about the challenge, when I see it today I start to think on ideas, nothing yet... too many possibilities I think.... :laugh:

Still time, sure I came up with something before the 16th...
 
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I love this challenge. My problem is this: I think up a bunch of really good ideas... For taking a scene and making something small. Dolphin in a glass, man on clock hands, blah blah. I suppose one could argue it's a really big glass, or clock, or whatever, but, it doesn't technically fit the challenge.

Any ideas I do come up with, suck.
I'm working on a couple different ideas. I really hope to put something up this month. As I said; I think the challenge itself is a great one.
Hi LaceyKeo
Don't be too hard on you. You've still got more than a week to work on one of your ideas.
Don't forget, this is just a fun challenge. Please give it a try. I look forward to see your entry.
 
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This one probably isn't as silly or crazy as you were probably hoping for, but it was certainly fun to make! This was my first time using a depth-of-field blur on just one of the layers. (I mainly did it to hide the unrealistic handwriting on the sign XD)
I like this one.....very cool!
 

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I love this challenge. My problem is this: I think up a bunch of really good ideas... For taking a scene and making something small. Dolphin in a glass, man on clock hands, blah blah. I suppose one could argue it's a really big glass, or clock, or whatever, but, it doesn't technically fit the challenge.

Any ideas I do come up with, suck.
I'm working on a couple different ideas. I really hope to put something up this month. As I said; I think the challenge itself is a great one.
I know I'm probably over-simplifying this, but I think those sorts of ideas could work very well. You mentioned that your ideas in practice might look more like a shrunken thing than an enlarged thing, but as long as you put in a background for reference, I think a dolphin in a glass of water or a man on the hands of a clock could work really well! (For example, maybe instead of a clock on the wall, you could put the clock on the side of a large cliff so the viewer can see its relative size.)
I can't wait to see what you end up submitting! Good luck! :D
 

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