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My pet portraits

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Comy, Oct 9, 2013.


  1. Comy

    Comy PetForums Newbie

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    Hello Everyone,

    I'm Robert and i would like to share some of my pet portraits with you.

    Also i want to let you know that i'm taking requests... so if you like my style and you have a good photo of your pet i will make you one. (free)

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  2. Comy

    Comy PetForums Newbie

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    New portrait made :)

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    Dont be shy to leave some feedback
     
  3. spid

    spid PetForums VIP

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    Oo, they are quite different and nice. Look photoshopish though - are they?
     
  4. Comy

    Comy PetForums Newbie

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    Yes.. a mixture of photoshop and corel painter is used :)
     
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    Colliebarmy PetForums VIP

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    If you want a life model Glen only charges £50

    no nudes though

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    gerbilmummy PetForums Senior

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    They are fantastic.
     
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    CaliDog Greedy Mummy Bear!

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    Wow they are great
     
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    metame PetForums VIP

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    they're brilliant!
     
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    ClaireandDaisy PetForums VIP

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    These are digital photoshopped photos aren`t they? Nothing against that, btw, just would like to know?
     
  10. Comy

    Comy PetForums Newbie

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    Nice photo... i will try to do it later today... tho you will have to take an IOU for those 50 quid :p

    Photoshop is big :) Like i said in my previous post, i use Photoshop and Painter to achieve these kind of results. To get more technical:

    Pre production: masking out any unwanted elements, sharping the image, etc

    Production: art history brush is used combined with some manual brushes in painter, overlaying layers, tweaking final adjustments

    Post production: Adding texture, general contrast/lighting adjustments.

    PS. I visited your website... Hats of for your pieces :)
     
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