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New Coop
New Coop
Martha Stewart converted her last place of residence into a chicken coop. The bubblewrap was the hardest to remove, source pic was awful to work and clean up.






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TheShaman TheShaman
Last time I'm gonna give you advice. Great clean up Julie. The Hen is flat though. If you copy the hen layer, set it to multiply and then reduce the opacity to match the rest of the scene. It will look so much more life like.
gsenthil gsenthil
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marcoballistic marcoballistic
this is a good idea, Sean is right though, but I guess your not going to update it. shame really, this would have been superb if the hen wasn't as flat
welan welan
good idea,and what The Shaman said
Persuader Persuader
ha! this is funny - good work ;D
Granulated Granulated
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Serps Serps
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rakatak rakatak
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dbbowling dbbowling
After looking at this image very closely and comparing it to the original...i see some top quality photoshopping going on. Great clean up on the walls and the wireframing. Tooking out the glass and adding the hen and its chicks are a nice touch. Excellentw
Tawiskaro Tawiskaro
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WhimSea WhimSea
I made a sample of making the colors pop and change to have her sitting on the straw rather than between the window & straw... see link below... Julie's Chickedys!
Claf Claf
Nice! Agree with Sean. :)
abraham abraham
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caradeu caradeu
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Soze Soze
good one
Micose Micose
nice job Julie
Dead Man Dead Man
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creatrix creatrix
nice clean up!!!
Phantastique Phantastique
Mmmm. Chicken! Can tell you did alotta work here.
anabrin anabrin
Cool!!
Tarmac Tarmac
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MindGraph MindGraph
agree with Shaman Julie. Great clean up job but the hen does look washed a bit. Clean up I'm sure was challenging. Nice job!
dewdew dewdew
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annajon annajon
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Eragon Eragon
what everybody said...nice work
Mel47 Mel47
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JClark8220 JClark8220
Shaman, please don't stop giving out advice. I learn by them. I don't think the hen looks flat, It's a dark hen, but she does have highlights on her back. --O-O-- Maybe Ineed new glasses.
TheShaman TheShaman
Its in relation to the baby chicks & clean window you've got there. she just looks washed out. Just try it. I'm sure you'll like the result. Cheers!
NOGOODSK8RPUNK NOGOODSK8RPUNK
julie please see the comment i left on your NEW COOP 2 entry i really think you should do it ;)
WhimSea WhimSea
bumping up the contrast on the chicken would make the colors pop. the only thing my eye is drawn to question, it looks like her body is between the window and the straw rather than sitting on the straw - see that straw area to the left of the left chick..
WhimSea WhimSea
Might be easier to show you - Here's what I'm talking about: [img] i188.photobucket.com...
WhimSea WhimSea
Might be easier to show you - Here's what I'm talking about: [img] i188.photobucket.com...



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 New Coop
by JClark8220
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Created December 31, 2007
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