posted on Mar, 4 2005 @ 12:03 PM
One too many martinis Mr. Martin?
Okay - What you want to do is very similar to your first post...take Image A:
And try to make it look as much like what I've done to Image B as you can:
Then you can take that new image you've made, and add your own twist to it...For example, like combining the "liquify" effect with the "age
worn", so that you've not only copied what I've done, but you've added something new to it yourself.....
This way, you get a wide specturm of different ideas and technqiues thrown at you, and if youy're not sure how to do something, the person who
created the image you're trying to duplicate is there to help you out and point you in the right direction....
Make sense? You've got a great start....See if you can add the sepia effect and a few scratches or folds to it now
Remember, I'll be happy to
help if you can't figure it out
[edit on 3/4/2005 by EnronOutrunHomerun]