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Main : ! Manip ! : Marvel Comics :  HM-C2F Crossover by Dperceful & Brick

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HM-C2F Crossover by Dperceful & Brick
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SubmitterBrickMore Photos from Brick   Last Update2004/8/8 21:58
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I had a great time with this crossover!  Dan and I fell into the look and feel we wanted immediately.  First we toyed with a vs. feel, it quickly gave way to the same look and feel, with the mood directed at the viewer and the hero's standing together as a team.
I guess that pretty much sums up how the whole project went together.  It was a truly collaborative effort, one I would mind doing again.

See art notes in first post ------------------------

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BatMic
Posted: 2004/8/9 11:26  Updated: 2004/8/9 11:26
Hellfire Club Member
Joined: 2004/1/29
From: Scotland
Posts: 408
 Re: HM-C2F Crossover by Dperceful & Brick
you know this actually caught me out untill the very last line. the pic grabbed by the watsits and the texts twisted them right off.

fantastic
BikerBot
Posted: 2004/8/9 7:07  Updated: 2004/8/9 7:07
Mr. The Mighty Lord *Krackaboom!*
Joined: 2004/1/13
From: The Good Earth
Posts: 3277
 Re: HM-C2F Crossover by Dperceful & Brick
I like how Dan used his Chrome Tutorial to make the Hulk's muscles. (If you desaturate him, does he look like Collosus?)


I also like how the lettering on the Hulk has been Displaced.
The Thing real-rock effect is pretty cool. I have a little problem with the rock around his eye, though. Looks like a space in the wall that they filled in with cement. Which, if that's what you were going for, looks just right!

BB
Flux
Posted: 2004/8/9 2:39  Updated: 2004/8/9 2:39
sidekick
Joined: 2004/1/5
From: Leeds, England
Posts: 82
 Re: HM-C2F Crossover by Dperceful & Brick
This is great! fantastic effects!
Dragondack
Posted: 2004/8/9 2:31  Updated: 2004/8/9 2:31
The Great Eternal Dragon
Joined: 2004/2/9
From: Edmonton,Alberta,Canada
Posts: 11023
 Re: HM-C2F Crossover by Dperceful & Brick
This is truely awesome and would make a perfect Poster!
You guy are amazing,I think I might even try this as a wallpaper with the dark background all the Icons would show up real good. Thanks
Dark_Knight_DK
Posted: 2004/8/8 22:18  Updated: 2004/8/8 22:18
Bat Junkie...and who took my meds???
Joined: 2003/8/18
From: Mexico City (we don't wear hats)
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 Re: HM-C2F Crossover by Dperceful & Brick
Man we have talent in here!!!
DPerceful
Posted: 2004/8/8 21:46  Updated: 2004/8/8 21:46
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 Re: HM-C2F Crossover by Dperceful & Brick
just going to suck up more. working with brick was fun and really made the team up thing (pun) painless. i still think this is one of the best thing's on the net, i don't think ive seen anyone try a thing using actual rock texture, or maybe i've seen it...but it has never, and i mean NEVER, looked this good. great work by all.

dan
Billy
Posted: 2004/8/8 19:01  Updated: 2004/8/8 19:01
lurks in arcades (moderator)
Joined: 2004/5/10
From: Asheville, North Carolina, USA
Posts: 362
 Re: HM-C2F Crossover by Dperceful & Brick
no funny quips here guys! this one looks so real it makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up....in a word...


awesome!
matrixblur
Posted: 2004/8/8 17:27  Updated: 2004/8/8 17:27
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Posts: 736
 Re: HM-C2F Crossover by Dperceful & Brick
Whoa. The Hildebrant brothers would be envious.
Kallisti
Posted: 2004/8/8 10:13  Updated: 2004/8/8 10:13
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 Re: HM-C2F Crossover by Dperceful & Brick
this is amazing. my favorite crossover pic so far!
F-max
Posted: 2004/8/8 1:20  Updated: 2004/8/8 1:20
VoltronWishesHeWasMe
Joined: 1969/12/31
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 Re: HM-C2F Crossover by Dperceful & Brick
Brilliant, just brilliant.
Your styles compliment each other perfectly.
Brick
Posted: 2004/8/8 0:19  Updated: 2004/8/8 0:19
Technophobic
Joined: 2003/10/23
From: Pacific North West
Posts: 455
 Re: HM-C2F Crossover by Dperceful & Brick
Art notes:

For the thing I used a bodybuilder named Ron Colman, frankenstiening his arms into an arms crossed position and widening them into thing size paws. I used an unknown models head because the dang fool was always grinning in every pic I found. I reduced the base to greyscale and separated it into 25 or so major muscle groups. I then found a few pictures of (what else) rocks, and picked out rocks or groups of rocks that would compliment each layer in overlay mode.
I had a hard time with turning the whole thing orange without losing a lot of the rock texture but Dan suggested a few tools I've never used before with much better results.



dperceful writes:
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Hulk

The base image was a wrestler that i found off of google. enlarged the image and cut out the unnecessary stuff and began the process of cleaning him up. smoothed out the body and cloned out some tats. i then put the body thru my metal tutorial to give the appearance of tight, bulgy muscles. brought in the head from a hulk cookie jar pic i had laying around. touched it up a little and then dropped everything to a grey base. from the grey base started the coloring with color balance, then just made some copies and added in some layer modes. the text was put in to maybe add some hulk vs thing feel, but i thought a twist at the end necessary to promote some well needed peace between the sites. there you go, i want to thank brick for being an excellent partner and a great idea guy. this was the first team up thing i tried and i have to say, brick made it a great experience. well, that's it...thank you for taking the time to look at the work and read the comments.
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Thanks again partner!