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Main : ! Manip ! : Marvel Comics :  Eva, upgraded

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Eva, upgraded
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SubmittermatrixblurMore Photos from matrixblur   Last Update2004/10/18 1:17
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whew, where to start. I worked on this, a little bit at a time for about 2 months. I wanted to try an integrated background, as most of the manips I do are of the "pin-up" variety.
The only problem with pacing a project over a prolonged period, (say that ten times) is you tend to forget the steps you took for some of your effects. I think there might be 2 or 3 filters that I did not use on the background feature. I can say, that because of the intermittent pace, I decided to create all the "veins" using a simplified technique, that would be easy to assimilate each time. I picked a midtone periwinkle-like color, with a narrow brush and assigned a 2 pixel inner-bevel layer style. I drew the veins in and used the smudge tool to blend the ends. I have to say this project was a lot of fun, and time permitting, I'd like to do more manips with articulated backgrounds.

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chowyspizz
Posted: 2007/9/10 22:36  Updated: 2007/9/10 22:36
Ring Forger
Joined: 2007/8/23
From: Mexico
Posts: 1252
 Re: Eva, upgraded
simpley amazing
Raddar
Posted: 2006/12/30 7:17  Updated: 2006/12/30 7:17
superhero
Joined: 2006/3/9
From: Houston
Posts: 303
 Re: Eva, upgraded
Excellent job. The long hours paid of.
F-max
Posted: 2004/8/20 13:11  Updated: 2004/8/20 13:11
VoltronWishesHeWasMe
Joined: 1969/12/31
From:
Posts: 212
 Re: Eva, upgraded
oooohhhhhh....clever!
Guest
Posted: 2004/8/18 7:22  Updated: 2004/8/18 7:22
 Re: Eva, upgraded
Truely incredible, dude. Take a bow.
BikerBot
Posted: 2004/8/18 6:35  Updated: 2004/8/18 6:35
Mr. The Mighty Lord *Krackaboom!*
Joined: 2004/1/13
From: The Good Earth
Posts: 3277
 Re: Eva, upgraded
"bunchy"?

Anyways, I really liked discovering the Sentinel in the background, I didn't catch it at first view. Nice overall job, and it sounds pretty labor intensive.

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soccerkd11
Posted: 2004/8/17 23:13  Updated: 2004/8/17 23:13
sidekick
Joined: 2004/2/1
From: you mean that we have to actually BE somewhere?
Posts: 56
 Re: Eva, upgraded
for those of you that don't know who she is, she is the nervous system of the marvel character Phantomex. She was in this for with 'Rover' the sentinal behind her in the 4 part "Day's end"(???) that marvel did this spring/summer with showing the X-men 150 year in the future and a bunchy of cloned nightcrawlers
Winterhawk
Posted: 2004/8/17 22:31  Updated: 2004/8/17 22:31
Guardian of the Great White North (Webmaster)
Joined: 2003/8/17
From: Canada
Posts: 6808
 Re: Eva, upgraded
Dude, this rocks. Nice Background. I think this one is your best yet.
Good Job
Dragondack
Posted: 2004/8/17 21:38  Updated: 2004/8/17 21:38
The Great Eternal Dragon
Joined: 2004/2/9
From: Edmonton,Alberta,Canada
Posts: 10533
 Re: Eva, upgraded
W0W ! This is a real piece of work!
Great picture, good on explaining how you did it but who or what is she,we don't know