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    Awesome Steve!

    I see its done similar to displacement maps in 3D rendering programs like Poser/Bryce/Modo etc as well as many game engines for texture displacement. I used to be fairly heavy into 3D stuff so after I read through the article I understood what it was doing. Its not a true 3D displacement but it could be something interesting to play with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolfiesden View Post
    Its not a true 3D displacement but it could be something interesting to play with.
    I wouldn't know, but it is very cool and effective with the right subjects.

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    Hah, I love the idea! I will have to try it out myself once to see if I could actually pull it out. Keep up the good work!

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    This is very interesting. What made you come up with something like this? Is it a college assignment or? P.S. I loved the ending note

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    Very nice shot, clever, well executed, good lighting and very well processed.
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    Brilliant work and great concept - the only comment I would make is the lighting is fairly flat and ordinary. Problem is not sure what to suggest to improve it - Any ways good work and keep it up

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nythiretlzek View Post
    This is very interesting. What made you come up with something like this? Is it a college assignment or? P.S. I loved the ending note
    Rofl! College. I am 50 something though I wouldn't mind another dorm crawl. You know, for the vitamins.

    It was done as part of Project 52...
    Flickr: Discussing Project 52 | 2012: Assignment Thirty Eight: "Matches" in Lighting Essentials

    The boobs comment was to stave off any thinking in the R rated direction.

    Quote Originally Posted by karloznz View Post
    Brilliant work and great concept - the only comment I would make is the lighting is fairly flat and ordinary. Problem is not sure what to suggest to improve it - Any ways good work and keep it up
    The lighting was purposfully flat as this was my first real attempt at compositing in photoshop. I wanted simple easy to deal with shadows.

    But if anyone has improvement suggestions, I am all ears. Still haven't tried the displacement idea yet. Will though.
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