|04/26/2005 10:51:18 AM|
|04/25/2005 11:03:08 PM|
|04/25/2005 09:22:48 PM|
|04/25/2005 03:40:08 PM|
by paha_lComment by gloda:
I saw a discussion about this technique in a recent forum thread. This one came out neat, but I'm a bit disappointed about how you 'abused'paper and scissors to make it fit the challenge. Um, is the Pentium-thing supposed to be the rock? Why's that?
Two other things that bother me and that you can easily fix after the challenge in photoshop are the slight colour difference between the lower left corner and the background, and also the cables.
Anyway, an interesting picture. 9.
|04/25/2005 01:58:28 PM|
by paha_lComment by Strikeslip:
That's the way to work some floating icons into a challenge, nice job. I love your monitor, want to trade? 
|04/25/2005 09:24:36 AM|
|04/25/2005 12:08:41 AM|
by paha_lComment by Joey Lawrence:
Aha! Terribly clever!
I think this could be better if you chose a lower angle, that way you wouldn't be so much of a tilt on the monitor.
Awesome shot though
|04/24/2005 09:13:07 PM|
by paha_lComment by Pug-H:
really well set up shot, it should finsih in the top ten. I gave it 10.
|04/24/2005 08:51:41 AM|
|04/24/2005 06:15:26 AM|
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