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AffinityJules

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    : S.W London
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    Anything that pulls me away from the mundane, namely: computing, gaming, photography, music composition, general arts, physics and the sciences, astronomy, the universe according to Stephen Hawking, the universe according to me!

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  1. AffinityJules

    New convention art WIP Metropolis

    Absolutely! That film is definitely a classic. Seen it a few times - more so in the past, but not lately.
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    Location, Location

    I always wondered about that. When I first joined the forums my location displayed as expected, but I altered the format and it went all awry. Thanks for that, I'll try it.
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    Timelapse of making artwork

    I went over to YouTube and watched your recorded live stream, many techniques you used I already know but there was one which left me wondering how it was done. When you created the 2 white circles and used the blur tool on the one behind to create that dense cloud effect what type of brush did you use? I tried to replicate what you did for experimental purposes but the technique did not work for me. So I figured that the brush you used was customised to your needs. I messed about with brush settings for a while but I still couldn't get that effect. So how did you do it?
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    Timelapse of making artwork

    Ah. . .interesting.
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    Timelapse of making artwork

    That sounds useful, I didn't know you could do that because I never had cause to slow a video down before.
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    The Summoning

    "Hell hath no fury. . ." seems a nice girl. This got really complicated as it developed - different layers with different blend modes & opacities. The problem with doing something like this is: when you want or need to merge certain layers they never merge as you expect them to; the layers never keep their individual properties but default to the highest setting and then the effect you had is gone. Time to undo and stop playing with fire!
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    Timelapse of making artwork

    Very nice picture and all that. . .I just wish I could tell what the hell was going on! Don't mind these speeded up videos - the only problem for any learner like myself who likes to see other peoples techniques is that they are too fast to be instructive. Great picture though.
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    Underground Spherical Phenomenon

    What a grand title! All day in the making and another "live" composite which steered its own course; I just went with it.
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    Surreal Beach Dream

    Ah! I think I get it now. . .I think? ?kniht I. . .won ti teg I kniht I !hA.
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    Surreal Beach Dream

    That's odd, and unless I misunderstand what you've just described, I did that with the final image - scaled it down and placed it within the ball.
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    Miraculous Organic

    I too have quite an extensive prog-rock collection - been collecting since the 70's. What with the onset of the digital age I don't collect much anymore I now get the CD versions of albums that I want.
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    Surreal Beach Dream

    That's a good idea that never occurred to me. I tried many different things in the name of experimentation, but after a while I settled for it as it was.
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    Miraculous Organic

    Thanks GarryP, There was a time while I was doing this (took about 8 hours in total) when it reminded me a bit of that Dali painting "The Discovery of America by Christopher Columbus." I had what looked like an egg which something was trying to hatch from. So much for originality. I like the rock album suggestion and in fact over the years there have been similar design concepts which have found their way on the cover of vinyl records.
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    Classic Race Bikes

    Never mind the gaussian blur, these look amazing.
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    Miraculous Organic

    Apart from the backdrop (virtually gone) this image was created with photographs of water. With help from the liquify persona and blend modes I was able to realise this particular visual experiment.
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