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Concept Racing Car

Oct 2, 2014, 04:41 (This post was last modified: Oct 2, 2014 13:04 by proartist.)
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Concept Racing Car
Do you think GIMP could make your life difference rather than paying thousand of dollars for just Photoshop or any other Paint shops? Either is it just all about your understanding how to use tools in GIMP or are you a natural talent?

I believe anyone can do different things that make themselves unique artistic. I love to see how artists, like you, post their artwork online to show the world that they are not afraid of who they are.

This is not photography FYI...


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Oct 2, 2014, 06:57
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RE: Racing Car Concept
(Oct 2, 2014 04:41)proartist Wrote:  This is not photography FYI...

Of course, and there is the telltale detail that shows that it cannot be a photo. Can you find it?

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Oct 2, 2014, 12:59
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RE: Racing Car Concept
(Oct 2, 2014 06:57)ofnuts Wrote:  
(Oct 2, 2014 04:41)proartist Wrote:  This is not photography FYI...

Of course, and there is the telltale detail that shows that it cannot be a photo. Can you find it?

You are right, it can tell it is not. That's what I said or maybe I should have explain before I post it in the first place? Well, I was like Nah, that look is not actually real but what it inspires me is that the GIMP has almost everything what you look for, possible have thrown some nice effects on your picture. It will be looking different if I replace it with a photo of real car? What do you think? If you find something that you think it needs some tweaks, I will be very happy to read your feedback. Certainly, it will help a lot! Thank you!!
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Oct 2, 2014, 13:46
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RE: Concept Racing Car
Ok, so if the rear wheel is blurred to simulate the depth of field of a photo, then the edge at the back of the door should already be a bit blurry and not be sharp as it is. Blurriness due to depth of field is progressive.

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