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ravenprojects Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2012
LUV it, very nicely done. Love the color!
Can u help me perhaps in telling me where you got the background stock or recommend where I could find one like that :D thankz
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morbidillusion666 Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
amazing manips!
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Napralen Featured By Owner May 9, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
nice piece.
i like it.
why not a black border?
this gives me a sort of epic, cinematic feel.
good job (:
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TK02 Featured By Owner May 3, 2010
Dude don't listen to the guys who are just talking about the white borders...who cares!! This image is pure dopeness and nothing else. It's so intense and beautiful and the colours are so smooth. Love it!
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VlArtistry Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2010
Oh thats a nice piece. I like the colors :heart:
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Nightzfx Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2010   Interface Designer
"Depending on the work, you may want to have it matted to the edges of the paper, or have the image "floated." Floating a work of art means exposing the whole sheet with its edges. This technique is not as secure, but is often chosen for aesthetic reasons, particularly if the paper has rough or unique edges that are part of the work of art itself.

Either way you decide to mat your piece, the bottom margin is generally slightly wider than the top to give the entire image a visual weight. The sides should equal the dimensions of the top margin. Standard margin sizes are 3" to 4" inches on the bottom and 3" at the top and sides; these dimensions, however, will increase or decrease proportionally according to the size of the work of art."

Basically some digital art i've seen has imitated the look of it being 'mounted/framed/floated/whatever' just by having the piece sit on a flat white/black layer using those guideleines above. Thought that mighta been something you were fiddling with.
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rockerdish Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Nope... i didnt try anything new. Just added a border to make the final image a square. And mounting would need space left on the sides as well, this doesnt have it.

Anyways, i am doing 2 pieces that are more of my type of photomanips,the ones that take up more time than these quickies.
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Nightzfx Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2010   Interface Designer
Should immitate a 'mounting' of your work rocker.

(If you know what mounting is already, and trying something new... it didn't work =[)
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rockerdish Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Now what does this mean.....i couldnt make the sense out of it NT. whats mounting? and what didnt work?
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Biggsy-32 Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2010
Do love the piece, but as said above, what is with the massive white border rocker?
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