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Mantra By Winterhawk
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Done as a request for DragonDack, Here she is Mantra. This chick had a few dozen costume choices. I liked this one the most.
Enjoy.

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VampireLover
Posted: 2005/3/2 10:30  Updated: 2005/3/2 10:30
Seductress of Sin (real life Babe)
Joined: 2005/2/20
From: Hottest Depths of Hell
Posts: 2223
 Re: Mantra By Winterhawk
There's not much I can say that someone else hasn't already. She's incredible looking! I love the snow collecting in her hair! Awesome.
Dragondack
Posted: 2004/12/30 22:09  Updated: 2004/12/30 22:09
The Great Eternal Dragon
Joined: 2004/2/9
From: Edmonton,Alberta,Canada
Posts: 11009
 Re: Mantra By Winterhawk
11 posts 5votes so far ,a 10 from me,.... even thought I was hoping for a full body shot...I really do still love her Hawk!
I've waited this long to post a comment because I didn't want to be bumped to the bottom real quick cause I knew this would draw interest!
Matrix Don't let this stop you I'd love to see another persons version of the lovely "MANTRA"
matrixblur
Posted: 2004/12/29 19:32  Updated: 2004/12/29 19:32
Heromorph's Computer Plague (invented twittering)
Joined: 2004/2/27
From: a result of bad parenting
Posts: 736
 Re: Mantra By Winterhawk
Winter, Winter,
what can I say?
I'm real glad I didnt do mine, I hate it when I show up to the party and someone else is wearin the same dress. And it looks better on them!!!
JrMcDeath
Posted: 2004/12/29 13:58  Updated: 2004/12/29 13:58
Kling on HM (WebMaster!)
Joined: 2004/7/19
From: My Box
Posts: 6969
 Re: Mantra By Winterhawk
What everyone else said...

That stupid chrome filter is a little tricky bastadge... you need to make sure to really dodge and burn and rub those boobs good to get the non-warped effect. I said "Boobs... and Rub"... boy, this potty brained group didn't even make it to the end of that last sentence! Or is that just me.

Anyway...

I have found that you get a better chrome effect if the clothes (Aka: her top) are not on their own layer... meaning... If you work on the clothes on their own separate layer, then flatten them to the model... apply the filter, then remove the clothes again. (save a selection of the clothes so you can cut and paste them on to their own layer) Then apply your blending modes and so forth. Get it? I have found that it (Chrome Filter) is much more subtle if you do the whole image instead of just a selection.

Hope that helps... and if you have a question... you can ask me... I will help.

Now Raise your blast shield and go help Han get chewie off the princess.




OH... Great job by the way!!!!
-ll-Buffy-ll-
Posted: 2004/12/29 6:37  Updated: 2004/12/29 6:37
The Vampire Layer
Joined: 2004/12/16
From: Springfield, Mo
Posts: 114
 Re: Mantra By Winterhawk
I Like it. Nice work WinterHawk.. i thought the snow added a nice seasonal effect considering it is winter now and for those of you who may have missed our charming Thayne.. i'm pleased to report that he will be returning home to me thursday morning around 3 am.. and for those of you who know/ knew he lost his grandfather on the 23rd , i moved heaven and h3ll so's to speak to make sure he could arrive in time
BarnabusBlackoak
Posted: 2004/12/29 5:10  Updated: 2004/12/29 5:10
sidekick
Joined: 2003/10/19
From:
Posts: 83
 Re: Mantra By Winterhawk
Wasn't Mantra the guy trapped in a womans body ? Or was that some other character ?
Dark Wanderer
Posted: 2004/12/29 4:55  Updated: 2004/12/29 4:55
The Metal Shinigami (Moderator)
Joined: 2004/12/6
From: Kentucky
Posts: 5150
 Re: Mantra By Winterhawk
Have to agree on the metal. in paint shop I have a warp tool ( not sure if you have one or somethig like it in Photo Shop, but you can use that along with the filter in eyecandy "chrome" and use the warp tool or brush to give it a natural bend. and then use something to change it to the color you need ( if not set it up in eyecandy to start with) just my two cents but still great work.
Dark_Knight_DK
Posted: 2004/12/28 23:07  Updated: 2004/12/28 23:07
Bat Junkie...and who took my meds???
Joined: 2003/8/18
From: Mexico City (we don't wear hats)
Posts: 2619
 Re: Mantra By Winterhawk
Man! I simply love it, your projects are getting better and better
Winterhawk
Posted: 2004/12/28 22:49  Updated: 2004/12/28 22:49
Guardian of the Great White North (Webmaster)
Joined: 2003/8/17
From: Canada
Posts: 6810
 Re: Mantra By Winterhawk
Daruma - I tried something new with the metal on this one. After removing her Bra and Panties, I masked out her where I wanted the gold suit to be. I they increased the contrast and used the method shown in Optical's tutorial. After that I duplicated the metal layer and ran the crome filter on it. I then took this chrome layer and set it to 50% opacity and set the blending mode to overlay.

Bikerbot - BB, I cant believe you dont know this Model. She is my favorite model and I use her as Much as I can, it is Adrianna Lima. I have used her before in my pic's of Poison Ivy, Both my Mary Marvels.

B - Your are Half Right. and Thanks

Optical - not really a rush job, as I mentioned half done with your method and half done with filters.

Nightowl - Thanks

Brick - Sure, I would love to know how you did the metal in your collosus picture.
Brick
Posted: 2004/12/28 22:16  Updated: 2004/12/28 22:16
Technophobic
Joined: 2003/10/23
From: Pacific North West
Posts: 455
 Re: Mantra By Winterhawk
Everyones picking on the metal, I have to agree.. but I know your trying to clear your plate.
The metal effect is the only thing lacking in the pic. Its high rez, cool paintjob, model, background and forground snow effect.

I like curves and plastic wrap (and to some degree chrome).. I'm still learning, but since it was you who sent me on metal homework assignment.. can we compaire notes?
Nightowl
Posted: 2004/12/28 21:16  Updated: 2004/12/28 21:16
superhero
Joined: 2003/10/25
From: The shadows of night
Posts: 422
 Re: Mantra By Winterhawk
Adriana Lima is a great chioce for any picture.

It seems that too much attention was placed on the surronding items (snow and background) and not too much on the outfit. Gold tones and highlights do not match each other. I wouldn't call this a rush job cause Im sure it takes time but just a little more attention to detail.

Still a good picture.
Optical_Intruder
Posted: 2004/12/28 20:14  Updated: 2004/12/28 20:14
superhero
Joined: 2003/8/17
From:
Posts: 356
 Re: Mantra By Winterhawk
The metal looks like plastic wrap over curves.
Looks like a bit of a rush job though, WH. The mask and cape are good but the metal looks a bit like generic filters without a lot of detail.

Optical - I'll go back to staring at her cleavage now....
B
Posted: 2004/12/28 18:39  Updated: 2004/12/28 18:39
The New Number 2 (Moderator-Like Guy)
Joined: 2004/5/16
From: Kamloops, BC, Canada
Posts: 1366
 Re: Mantra By Winterhawk
Nice work, as always. The metal looks to me like curves... a la Optical's tutorial... Am I right? I forget what Jr's technique for metal is, maybe that's what you did. Either way, it looks good. The highlights and shadows are just a bit too random to look entirely realistic... particularly the midsection with the two dark areas at the edges and the huge bright area in the middle... but that's curves for you. It's still good work. Nice mask, nice (if slightly blurry) cape. Not your best (that's still Catwoman), but good.
BikerBot
Posted: 2004/12/28 17:58  Updated: 2004/12/28 17:58
Mr. The Mighty Lord *Krackaboom!*
Joined: 2004/1/13
From: The Good Earth
Posts: 3277
 Re: Mantra By Winterhawk
Nice and big, just the way I like 'em!-er, my Manips, that is.

Again, her name is tantalizingly just out of reach...
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;BB
Daruma
Posted: 2004/12/28 16:44  Updated: 2004/12/28 16:44
Off the hook
Joined: 2003/10/20
From: Rochester, NY
Posts: 1726
 Re: Mantra By Winterhawk
Not familiar with the character, but a very nice pic. I'm thinking of trying metal in my next pic, so I'm curious about that. Did you use the plastic wrap filter? I know there's a tutorial here somewhere, I guess I should go read it.